Success in sports relies on an athlete's ability to move fast and change direction quickly, which is why training for agility and quickness should be the ultimate goal for an athlete's training program. Discover ways to enhance your ability to accelerate, decelerate, change direction, and react quicker with training tips and drills from STACK's network of leading performance coaches and experts.
Latest in Agility Training
There's a science to changing direction. It's not as simple as 'run over there, turn, and come back to me' which are the cues a lot of coaches might...
MASTERING THE SLIDEBOARD In case anyone is unfamiliar with Slideboard exercises or this type training equipment, I will be sure to cover everything...
By: Travis Hansen
An Agility Technique you better learn to get quicker I must warn you right off the bat that the drill I'm about to promote and share with you is not...
By: Travis Hansen
In sports, athletes are required to change directions at a moments notice, this often involves deceleration after reacting to a stimulus and then...
By: Erick Avila
The game of basketball requires a great deal of technical skills as well as a high level of athleticism. One of the key athletic qualities essential to...
By: Jamal Baptiste
Latest Videos in Agility Training
In this episode of World-Class Workouts, Todd Durkin shows you how to improve your agility with the X-Drill.
In this episode of World-Class Workouts, Todd Durkin explains how to increase your agility with the Zigzag Drill.
In this episode of the Michael Johnson Performance Series, Jonny Wright shows you how to improve your agility and reaction time with the Strobe Reaction Drill.
In this episode of STACK Fitness Weekly, Tony Gentilcore shows you the best mobility exercises for baseball players.
All-Pro CB Patrick Peterson demonstrates two DB-specific cone drills that enhance footwork and agility.