A quick reaction time is key to having explosive athletic performances during game time. Any athlete can benefit from improving this skill needed for speed, coordination and ball control. Learn how to increase your abilities with sport-specific drills, training and techniques. Get quicker and train smarter for the season to impress your coaches, scouts and opponents using STACK's insider information.
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Latest Videos in Reaction Time
NHL goaltender Jean-Sebastien Giguere develops solid reaction skills with a BOSU drill. Learn how incorporating this drill into your workout can improve your hockey abilities.
Athletes' Performance founder and owner Mark Verstegen provides instruction for two exercises, Med Ball Single-Leg Rotational Throws and the Three-Hurdle Drill, and explains the benefits of performing the drills in the adiPure Trainer.
Speed Strength Systems owner Tim Robertson explains how to perform the Tennis Ball Reaction Agility Drill and reveals why this exercise will increase quickness, speed and reaction time, thus improving tennis defense.
Detroit Lions QB Matthew Stafford works through Ropes Gone Wild, an exercise designed to hone his play reading and reaction, plus improve his conditioning.
U.S. Women's <a href=”http://www.stack.com/soccer/”><s>Soccer</s></a> goalkeeper Hope Solo performs a Single-<br>Arm Dumbbell Snatch/Depth Jump With Ball Superset to improve her explosive goaltending<br> ability.