Trained Sports CEO Shares 7 Tips On Maximizing Agility Ladder
Chris Moal shares some tips and information on how to maximize the use of agility ladder drills and to see results.
Moal shares that training coaches must make sure that their players are suitably warmed-up and should be able to safely perform the agility ladder exercises to reduce risks of back, knee and ankle injuries. Coaches should also learn about small but helpful things for the players to maximize their use of the agility ladder.
Players should land and take off with the balls of their feet and should never use their toes or try to land flat-footed. This is to ensure that the player works on his balance carefully.
A player should also use his arms in order to help him move his body forward. Training coaches should also make sure that their players will keep their hands relaxed and their heads still. While doing the agility ladder exercises, a player should breathe steadily and should not hold his breath while moving through the ladder. Coaches can encourage their players to breathe the same way they do when sprinting.
While performing agility drill exercises, coaches and players should prioritize quality over quantity. They should be able to get used to the drills first before considering "how fast" or "how much". When the players are already used to the appropriate techniques of the drill, the coaches can then train them with game speed.
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