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Agility ladders have always been a staple in strength and conditioning programs. Ladder drills are used to help increase foot speed, agility, and coordination thus making one faster in their sport. They improve three key fitness factors—speed, agility, and quickness—in addition to strengthening your joints, ligaments, and tendons.
They get your heart pumping and are a great form of cardio. Getting your heart rate up through cardiovascular exercise is a great way to keep your heart healthy and young.
Because agility ladder drills are a great form of cardio, they also burn mega calories! Because agility ladder drills are considered a type of high intensity interval training, they do what I always preach is the best method to attack your fat: accomplish more in less time! By going “all out” in short bursts of intense effort and then taking a brief pause, you typically blast fat and burn more calories than you would doing most lower-intensity, steady-state cardio activities.
Stay young with a workout that will keep you on your toes and thinking fast! These agility ladder drills require you to focus up and concentrate, connecting your brain to your body. This type of improved coordination not only benefits your daily life, but keeps your mind young. (Studies even show that Alzheimer’s patients who participate in exercise programs including balance and coordination components retain more muscle strength and control than patients who do not.) #speedagilitytraining #ladderdrills #athletictraining #eliteathlete #athleticperformance #sportsspecifictraining #strengthandconditioning #properformance #fitness #functionaltraining #crossfit #sportstraining #tennis #badminton #squash #cricket #swimming #skating #football
Plyometrics should be used to improve power, not to make you tired. Plyometrics are meant to improve your ability to exert a maximum amount of force in a minimum amount of time. .
With plyometrics, there will be a quick, explosive movement that begins with an eccentric contraction (muscle lengthens) and is immediately followed by a concentric contraction (muscle shortens). .
Countless people use plyometric exercises in conditioning circuits, or sometimes on their own as a means of improving cardio. Not only does this reduce the effectiveness of the plyometric training, and remember, the goal of plyometric training is to improve power, performing plyometric exercises when you are in a fatigued state can make you more vulnerable to injury. While box jumps are a very glaring example, other exercises definitely come to mind. .
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Easy and quick movement preparation.
Sometimes we don’t have the luxury of time for an extensive warm up but that doesn’t mean it’s skipped all together. Moves like the one in the video tick several of the key boxes when preparing to train and can be completed quickly.
You can be creative and stack a couple of your usual drills together to create a warm up that gets the body warm and mobilised in half the time.
Quality reps only 🙏🏻🏋🏻♂️
The ability to think and act fast is what separates the great athletes from the good.🧠
Colour of cone
Between call outs I vary the time, the tone, and the urgency all to build anticipation and challenge reactions.
Mobile hips and shoulders and strong core will help for powerful stroke in the pool or in open water. Developing these muscles through strength training will help you avoid shoulder and lower back problems common in swimmers. Join F3 gym today to improve your swimming performance. We are expert in providing sports specific training to national and international level swimmers.
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Be sure to keep your palms down on the drop and the catch for this one. ✋🏼⬇️ Happy Monday!
Quality workshop on Speed and Agility, always enjoy being in a learning environment and among good S&C coaches
In a full squat clean, all the muscles used in a front squat are also developed. In the lower body, squat cleans develop the quadriceps, hips, hamstrings and glute muscles. There is also a considerable amount of core strength necessary to start and finish the movement.The main benefit of the squat clean is that, with good technique, you will be able to move more weight than with the power clean. 🚨SQUAT CLEAN VS POWER CLEAN 🚨: The squat clean is more effective for moving heavier weights for a simple reason: you don’t have to get the bar as high off the ground as with the power clean.
Once you get good at the movement, you’ll be catching the bar in the receiving position almost a full foot lower than during a power clean!
In a power clean, the bar must travel to about chest height. With a squat clean, the bar needs to go about as high as your belly button.
If you’re quick with the drop, that should be enough to get underneath the bar and catch it. #olympictraining #olympiclifts #clean #squatclean #crossfit #eliteathlete #sportsspecifictraining #strengthandconditioning #properformance #fitness #functionaltraining #crossfit #sportstraining #tennis #badminton #squash #cricket #swimming #skating #football #basketball
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The Pure Performance athlete and Timber Creek High School Power hitter Omar Arroyo getting in some clutch hits with his summer league team to help his teammates get the WIN......
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Are you an athlete or a sportsperson? The Sports Specific training provided by F3 Gym will add speed, agility, and quickness to your fitness routine and help you take your game to the next level. We have trained state, national and international sprinters, cricketers, swimmers, wrestlers and kabbadi players till date. Get your membership today and improve your performance. #SportsSpecificTraining #Workout #Exercise #Training #F3Gym #kolhapur
Rotational Jumps. @shield .performance 👊Save this to do later!🔰Tag a few friends who need to try this!👊
Here we have our Exos Specialist @coach_coccimiglio coaching our younger athletes rotational jumps with a single leg leading depth drop!🔥👊
1️⃣- Drop down into power stance and elevate leading with front shoulder into hip extension, landing stiff into a power position on plyo box
2️⃣- Land with arms back, chest up, and full feet planted into box
3️⃣- Lead with single leg and let gravity drop your body down, and decelerate back into power position
4️⃣- Get back into start position, repeat process. Remember to drive hips through each movement
5️⃣- 5 rotational jumps each way, and alternate leading leg on depth drop
Deceleration always comes before acceleration, must learn how to stop, and control our movements before we can burst out of the gates!
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