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Use Velocity-Based Training to Get More Out of Your Athlete Assessments

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12 Insane Physical Tests U.S. Olympians Must Undergo

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75 Percent of Pro Athletes Struggle With This Simple Core Strength Test. Can You Conquer It?

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Find Your Weaknesses in Just 10 Minutes With The Functional Movement Screen

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Latest Videos in Functional Movement Screen

Training Pro Snowboarder Ellery Hollingsworth

B Project owner/director Brad Jones talks about training professional snowboarder Ellery Hollingsworth and how she has benefited from their dry-land training with results being seen on the slopes.

Ellery Hollingsworth Board Squat

Pro snowboarder Ellery Hollingsworth uses a unique version of the squat called the Board to train her muscle memory system for more functional snowboarding movement, with coaching by B Project owner/director Brad Jones.

Ellery Hollingsworth Board Squat Band Rotation

Pro snowboarder Ellery Hollingsworth performs the Board Squat Band Rotation exercise to mimic the movements she does on the halfpipe as B Project owner/director Brad Jones explains how to properly perform the exercise.

The Benefits of Training on Land for Action Athletes

Pro snowboarder Ellery Hollingsworth discusses the importance of dry-land training in the off-season to help strengthen and condition her body for the long winter season, and how her functional movements done in the gym mimic her riding movements.