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Athletes who want to be successful in their chosen sports should not take a casual approach to their speed, agility and quickness training programs.
Whether you’re coaching a power back who muscles the ball across the goal line or an ankle-breaking open-field specialist making defenders miss, you’ll improve their game with this great new book by Tim Horton, running backs coach at Auburn University.
Optimal technique for linear sprinting in the acceleration phase involves four factors that maximize stride length and frequency.
Football requires explosive bursts of speed, agility and quickness for a team to be successful. The Pro Agility Drill develops quick feet, explosive directional changes and reaction time.
Superior agility and quickness are clear discriminating factors among football players at all levels. These skills improve performance, decrease risk of injury, and improve evasiveness by allowing athletes to fake or neutralize an opponent.
One problem that many trainers and coaches confront is how to effectively and efficiently evaluate human movement. To authentically evaluate movement, we must understand one main principle of training: The test is the exercise and the exercise is the test.
You can improve your offensive linemen’s speed, quickness and directional movement with the following drills.