Agility

  • Lateral agility drills teach athletes fundamental footwork for quick lateral movement and proper mechanics to change direction. These drills will also help develop power, quickness and speed.

  • Resisted training is one of the most effective methods to develop speed. Resisted drills develop lower body power through neural and physiological adaptations. This will carry over to your sport performance. Over time you will become faster and more explosive.

  • The resisted/unresisted or Post-Activation Potentiation training is another effective way to enhance speed. In the resisted/unresisted training, a resisted drill is immediately followed by a few repetitions without resistance. The increased amount of recruited muscle fibres as a result of the added resistance, will carry over to the unresisted situation. This enables the athlete to move faster, more explosive.