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Injuries - Discussion / Re: Weak ankles
« on: January 10, 2010, 04:33:52 PM »
sorry my fault didnt give enough information. Well i actually varies from ankle to ankle and most times I am either jumping for the ball in basketball and or running down a street. I do a good portion of conditioning for strength and am trying to increase my speed and stamina since I have asthma. Most of my injuries do come from running though.

That better?

Injuries - Discussion / Weak ankles
« on: January 09, 2010, 09:03:14 PM »
This is probably the 8th time this year I have done this but I got weak ankles which causes me to cripple myself and walk with a limp for a week straight. Anything I can do to keep me from breaking my ankles

Welcome! / Re: conditioning and what it means
« on: January 09, 2010, 08:59:47 PM »
oh now if you go to a really athletic school (I'm new and i know this) you would know this, but conditioning basically (this is my defintion) is pushing your limits in sets of stamina speed and strength (lol 3Ss i should use that). Know what you should do is run, and stretch, if running becomes to easy, then take a strong durable backpack with you and add some weight to it. You could also grab leg weights too (Kinda helps with speed if you do it long enough), be sure you practice good breathing and form while running. Strength wise, you should work the ENTIRE BODY, not this upper body only crap, personal opinion, work quads and thighs for jumping, shoulders and arms for pulling, chest will support and back will support also. And stick with it, after each workout get some meat in that stomach so you can gain a bit more muscle. If you do this it will help, but keep everything balanced, else you will have to drop back and work on one of the Ss again.

Welcome! / Re: Welcome Thread - New Members please announce here!
« on: January 09, 2010, 08:50:06 PM »
New guy here, Colton from Texas, sophmore in high school etc etc., got interested in free running in parkour. Any thing i can do to get started, i know the basic tuck and roll stuff (thank you taekwondo and strength and conditioning camp) i kinda want to get the handle on things you know. Mail my profile plz if you send any help thanks guys, and girls.

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