Trained Sportsí Chris Moal Share The Benefits Of Agility Training For Athletes
Chris Moal of Trained Sports shares to athletes the various benefits of incorporating agility training into their fitness routine.
Chris Moal stresses of the importance of agility drills in enhancing athletic performance. Because most sports need to change direction every now and then, agility is really crucial. In soccer for example, offensive players should use changes in direction order to get past the defensive players. In the sport of basketball, defensive players should react to quick twist and turns while the offensive player heads toward the basket. Quick motions need the help of agility drills during training. While the drills are performed, the body becomes accustomed to the repetitive motions, thus improving the overall athletic performance of the player.
Moal also says that agility training can help prevent injury. Sudden accelerations need athletes to put forth great amounts of force to their movements. Without the needed level of agility, this can also lead to injury.
Another advantage of agility drills according to Moal is to help minimize the risk of fatigue because of its ability to help increase an athlete's flexibility.
A split second means a lot in most games and athletes should be swift and graceful. Agility ladder drills can help reduce a player's reaction time because of its repetitive nature. An athlete's body also becomes suppler with agility training so they are able to cope with the active nature of their sport.
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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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