The push is a tricky one. It trips up so many people, because they rely on brute strength. But the push is not solely about brute strength. Yes, it helps to have it, but proper technique and positioning trumps strength (if you want a full tutorial...

The 18" hurdles looks straightforward; you jump over one, take a few steps, and jump over another. In the first few laps, they still don't seem too bad. But as fatigue sets in, the jumps start getting sloppier and sloppier. One reason for the sloppiness? It's...

By comparison, the pull rotations are generally easier to perform than the push. Which is precisely why you're more likely to make a mistake. How do you figure? Because it's easier, there's a tendency to lose focus and relax at the wrong time. This typically happens at...

The 3 foot vault poses a problem for many people. On video it doesn't look like much. It doesn't sound like much either when you hear 3 feet. But when seen in person, it looks anything but easy. People start conjuring up images of things going wrong...

Pacing is a topic I bring up often with Redliners, and anyone looking for advice and tips for the test. And the reason I bring it up often is because of its importance to your performance. When done right, pacing will yield your desired performance. When...

The stairs can be a big energy suck, if done poorly. Done in conjunction with not pacing your laps, it becomes an even bigger energy suck. As simple as it looks, don't let it fool you. How you go up and over can determine how much...

It's common to think the fronts falls as a burpee style movement. You may even treat it like a push-up. There's nothing wrong with those methods, but I find you end up working harder doing a burpee style or push-up style front fall. I propose an easier...

When it comes to simulating the push/pull machine, it's easier to simulate the pull compared to simulating the push. In this post, I'll cover how you can use bands to replicate the pull. Check out the video below: https://youtu.be/1wns4WhcrnI If you need to refer on the technical aspects...

The push/pull machine is a unique piece of equipment. There's nothing else like it, and there's nothing that simulates the feel of the machine. The only way to get better at it, is to practice on the machine itself. Which presents a challenge. How does one...

Of the two tasks you perform on the machine, the pull is the easiest (unless you're a 100 lbs lightweight, it could be a struggle). That doesn't mean there are no challenges to it. I've seen plenty of people still mess up the pull. One of those...