How To Do A Wall Run
Now, why would someone want to learn how to do a wall run? Wall runs are fun, maybe that’s why? Wall runs can provide a scant moment of entertainment, but not much more. Wall runs provide a quick and somewhat unimpressive moment of glory, but still, for some people it is fascinating nonsense. Learning how to wall run takes balance and muscle coordination. Learning how to do it well takes a desire to do it right. Wall runs aren’t as simple as one might imagine. They involve more than the placement of your feet on a wall, but actually running across it for several strides. Let’s take a look at how to accomplish this feat.
To do a wall run, you will need:
- A wall, preferably cinder, brick or concrete
- Sneakers with a good under sole
- If you must know, follow these steps to learn how to wall run. Find an unobstructed wall, preferably cinder, brick or concrete. These types of walls will provide the greatest traction. Your escapades can be done either outdoors or indoors.
- On an unobstructed wall, such as a building or fence, take a running start. When you approach the wall, you will want to jump into it at an angle. Your foot will contact the wall, either foot is fine, and you will begin to run.
- The speed at which you approach the wall will support the amount of time you spend running on the wall. The faster you are running, the longer you can drag it out. Be aware of your surroundings, including bystanders, pedestrians and other obstacles.