Aysmmetrical Skip Sprinting and Sprint Training

by AdarianBarr
Aysmmetrical Skip Sprinting and Sprint Training


This course will show you what isn't in the books. 

Adarian Barr demos how to increase your stride length by increasing horizontal displacement and reducing vertical displacement. Can you spot when one video passes the other?

Asymmetrical Skip Sprint, horizontal over vertical displacement, how and what does it mean. 


The Coach

Track and field coach and an innovative thinker that is truly thinking outside the box and inside the triangle. 

I think that every concept about sprinting is true. I think how we implement those concepts becomes the flaw in the system that limits true human potential.

The sprint start is my main focus in track. Concentrating on the rocket sprint start, toe drag sprint start and the start for the jumping events. Better start is about force application for the optimum duration.

Interested in feet as it relates to proprioception and movement. How the feet determine how you will move, what muscle are activated and in what sequence. Also articles of clothing and how tactile senses effect movement patterns.

I am an old school guy using keen eyesight and video to analysis movement patterns.

Inventor of PALO. A-Barr, asymmetrical handle bars, Wacky insoles, flip flops and Wacky TPS board and Fascia Fabric.

Presenter and Speaker at clinics and events.

Topics: Elongation and movement, Core training stop doing sit ups, planks and crunches, Run faster in 30 minutes, Better equipment for exercising, there is nothing wrong with the body,
One action can improve your athletic ability, A x M = F accelerate to move faster

Ratings and Reviews (4)

Mike Devies

Too much background noise, and hard to hear instructor at times

Mar 7, 16 02:44 PM


The ideas are interesting but not fully explained.

Jan 8, 18 10:39 PM


Very little content here for the price. The video is hard to hear and low quality. Don't waste your money.

Jan 15, 19 10:59 AM

Cedric Stewart

Information was scattered and not very direct. I also do not so much agree with the information contained in this course. Two major issues.. One being that athletes should push their hips to the ground in acceleration instead of down and back through the blocks that are in fact providing a launch point for the push. The second being that the step over is more critical than the drive down. In sprinting, force is king. In fact, the glutes are the prime mover in sprinting for that very reason and w/ physics, the ground doesn’t move.. but when you strike the ground, it pushes back with equal and opposite force. Vertical lift is the game changer for top end sprinting. Another reason why we don’t want to drag back into the ground. It causes a high level of synergistic dominance from the hamstrings and they take over the movement that should be dominated by the glutes. Hip extension is a glute dominant movement, tons of hamstring pulls result from them trying to be the dominant force back into the ground. Have a blessed day and a great weekend!

Sep 4, 22 05:00 PM

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Course Info

Rating: (4)
Caterory: Track and Field/Sprinting
Bookings: 502
Videos: 8