Speed & Agility
Methods of Speed Development
Everyone can benefit from this type of training – for athletes or non-athletes. Adding regular speed and agility workouts to your cardio routine is a fun way to shake up your workout.
All of the routine in this class employ’s the principles of plyometric, windsprints, agility ladder, and rapid alternating movement training, which can help:
- in sports ranging movement (from football and running to a volleyball and or tennis);
- increases leg power and vertical leap, giving you an advantage over the competition in basketball and volleyball;
- improve the strength in the tendons and muscles in each leg and is particularly good for runners;
- coordination, balance, and lateral speed – great for all sports that involve lateral or multi-directional movement, such as football, soccer and basketball;
- and increase speed, agility, quickness, stamina and endurance.