[quote author="Nick Newman" date="1228892268"]Some British athletes that i know often bound up and down hill…I did it also 2-3 years ago…i liked it a lot.
Cambered is different than going up or down hill. Cambered would be like bounding on the side of the hill so one side of the body was higher than than the other.[/quote]
I like the idea of bounding up or down hills (or high knees up a sealed road- make it driveway) but plyometrics on a cambered surface may have to be done to a restricted range of joint movement initially. I think it would benefit tremendously bend sprinters as the forces are greater on a bend.
Which side should be on the higher side of the camber if one is a 200 or 400-m sprinter?
Which side should be higher if one is a 60 or 100-m sprinter with a slightly shorter left leg for example?
What about side hill and down hill combined?
Opened up a can of worms now haven’t we?