Chris Moal Of Trained Sports Shares Agility Ladder Tips
CEO of Trained Sports, Chris Moal, shares to people how to make the most out of agility ladder drills.
Players who need speed, fast movements and agility can make use of agility ladder exercises in order to improve their skills. Agility ladders look like a flat ladder that can be used for varied exercises. The agility ladder can be used along with different drills in order to improve a player's balance, foot speed, body control and coordination.
According to Moal, in order to make the most out of agility ladders, players should stay on the balls of their feet and have minimum contact with the ground.
A player can do lateral bunny hops in order to enhance lateral speed and balance. The in-out shuffle can also help improve speed and balance. The hop scotch drill can be used in order to improve foot speed and linear speed while lateral shuffles can also help improve foot speed. Lastly, the hip-knees drill can also be used to improve running. Once a player gets used to the drill movements, it is a good idea to gradually increase the speed to maximize the use of the agility ladder.
Trained Sports agility ladder is made of flat plastic rungs in order to reduce the risk of ankle rolling. It comes with a carrying bag and can be used outdoors or indoors, for amateur or professional players and even for the young or old.
About Trained Sports
Trained Sports is a start-up company focusing on quality but affordable training equipment for fitness enthusiasts from all levels. Their vision is to promote physical wellness through innovative and modern sports equipment (http://www.amazon.com/shops/trainedsports) that will inspire more people to reach fitness goals with an enjoyable workout experience.
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