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Secrets to Building Speed and Agility

It is time to bring to light what is really behind developing speed, and it doesn't start with any miracle drill or band attached to you while you run...

Strength Training For Ankle Breaking Quickness

Speed is king. If you want to ascend the ranks of sport, one thing is a given: You must be faster. Higher levels of sports equal faster game play. Tur...

5 Exercises Every Athlete Must Do Before Returning To Practice

During this period of isolation, without physically going to school, the gym, or practice, athletes' use of social media is unprecedented. Additionall...

Putting the Brakes On: Understand the Keys to Deceleration

Movement skill acquisition is an essential piece to the development of an athlete throughout their career. Whether they are a novice, elite or somewhe...

Speed and Agility Drills That Guarantee Intensity

Sports are exciting when athletes are explosive with their speed and agility. These are the moments that make or break competitions, that birth the ri...

4 Drills For Building an NBA-Style Explosive First Step

With regards to basketball training, a lot of attention seems to be placed on vertical jump or vertical power development. However, a crucial componen...

The Secret to Helping Kids Actually Enjoy Speed and Agility Training

When training kids, you'll quickly learn that the session needs to be upbeat and fun if you want to keep them engaged. Kids love to be challenged t...

Eye of the Tiger: What Athletes Need to Know About Intrinsic Motivation

What is motivation? Motivation is what changes your behavior and drives your actions. A lack of motivation can leave you feeling drifting in life, ...

4 Tips to Help Soccer Players Create Quicker Feet

This much I know: The feet are the foundation to a well-rounded soccer player. Dazzling footwork is what gives the beautiful game pace and exciteme...

4 Training Insights to Create Better Youth Hockey Players

I have coached hockey players from pros all the way down to 8-year-olds. While I currently work mostly with high school, college and men's play...

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