There are many ways to workout when someone is looking to stay in shape. Sure, doing cardio drills and lifting weights can be good, but there is more. For instance, what about the connection between your mind and your body. (more…)
Agility can be described as the ability to switch the direction your body is heading, without losing balance or any stability. This ease in movement is very important in every sport and improving your ability can make your balance, quickness, mobility and explosiveness much better and therefore make you a better athlete.
Agility is known as the ability to change the body’s position efficiently and uses a combi-nation of balance, coordination, speed, reflexes, strength and endurance. Sports requires players to move, whether it’s forward, backwards or sideways. (more…)
Individual sports require a lot of movement , agility and many athletes are after the most useful techniques and drills to perfect that component of their body. One of the sports where agility plays a major role is of course tennis, where the player must be able to switch positions and movement in all moments during a single match. (more…)
As part of the regular training regime in the world of soccer, it is important to find the right drills to develop some crucial predispositions for improvements in this noble game. Agility, stamina, strength are some of the physical attributes, while dribbling, shooting, passing etc are some of the more practical attributes the players must develop in drills. The truth is there is no complete player without both and a drill that fully prepares the player for the game is the one with agility ladder drills. (more…)
Speed training develops endurance
It is one thing if an athlete can perform at the peak speed for short period time, but most competitions and contests require athletes to perform at the top velocity frequently for the entire competition. (more…)