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  Hurdles are great pieces of equipment to help you build your lower body power and speed. Plus, there are a number of different drills to choose from, which means that you will never get bored and always be able to challenge your body, helping it advance in regard to fitness and performance measures. With that thought in mind, here are some drills that you can do with your own speed agility hurdles (place your hurdles approximately one meter apart for these drills): 1-step speed drill: To do the 1-step, simply run through them, placing one foot in between each...

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This is a quick demo of one of our many workouts on Swansea Bay Water Front, with Fitness Health equipment. Using the sandbags to complete the burpee exercise adds more resistance into the moment. This compound exercise is an ideal choice for starting the circuit session. The idea comes from rugby training, getting up, just after a tackle has been made, then moving through the motions regaining speed and stamina. The slalom poles act as players, movements in and out of the poles increase the speed and strength laterally, helping you strengthen your ankle and improve your foot position making your  balance better...

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    If you are involved in the sport of rugby, then you know that being agile is extremely important to your success. You need to have the power and speed to change directions at a moment’s notice or else your competitor will likely take you out. In order to enhance your agility so that you are stronger and more explosive than ever, here is some equipment you may want to purchase for your training exercises: Evasion belt. This piece of equipment requires that you train with another individual as you are connected by a Velcro belt with the goal...

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    Testing agility and quickness comprises more than lining up a small number of cones and seizing a stopwatch. A suitable assessment for the precise demands, distances, and actions involved in a sport should deliver valuable information for everyone. Therefore, overseers should sensibly select tests for athlete assessment. Individuals can use the tests and evaluation drills in several ways: Predicting athletic potential Fields tests linked to a given sport are frequently used to predict an individual’s future aptitude to fruitfully perform a specific activity or sport. Thus, the tests designated to assess athletic potential should mimic the exact movement...

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    If you’re interested in increasing your speed, but have not yet trained using hurdles, then you are likely missing out. Not only do these particular obstacles challenge your mind, muscles, and form, they also have the ability to increase your speed tremendously, making you faster at whatever your sport of choice. Before you rush out and buy some hurdles, though, here are some guidelines you will want to follow when adding them to your exercise routine: Start out small. Hurdles come in many different sizes and, just like to you need to lift smaller weights before you can...

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