Chris Moal Of Trained Sports Shares Guide To Agility Ladder Training
Trained Sports CEO shars an essential guide on the uses of the agility ladder.
Moal says that using agility ladder routine regularly can help enhance a player's speed, agility, coordination and balance. He says that coaches can also use agility-specific movements to various players while at the same time target major muscle groups. Agility ladders are also simple to set up, keep or transport anywhere, making it a basic tool for teaching basic and complication footwork and enhancing an athlete's quickness and agility.
Training coaches also know that ladder exercises are versatile and can be included in various parts of a training session. Agility exercises can be included in the warm-up, as part of fitness training or of technical sessions. Coaches can also personalize the exercises in order to meet a player's specific roles.
In order to optimize the use of agility ladder exercises, players should thoroughly concentrate on their technique and should use appropriate biomechanics. If athletes just run back and forth across the ladder without training at game speed or without including other body parts like their arms and hands, they are simply not getting the most out of their agility ladder drills.
"Coaches can help their players concentrate on their movements with the help of keywords. They can use terms such as "arms" in order to remind the athletes what to do with their arms or "toes" when reminding them to take off and land on their feet's balls," says Moal. "This can reinforce players to use proper technique during the routine."
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