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  Professional sports teams often have access to some of the best, most results-providing exercise equipment available. Even teams that are just in it for the fun can usually scrounge up some type of fitness gear to help them become better players. Regardless of which one you’re on, here are five reasons why your team should be using speed resistor harnesses: Reason #1: They give you more power. Working out with a speed resistor harness helps make you more powerful, more explosive. This means that you’re better able to change direction quickly, out-maneuvering your opponent. Reason #2: They’ll make you...

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  Using the FH Pro Viper harness for speed training drills. In this video you will find information on using the harness for different drills and how to set up the harness for training. It's important to notice that whilst using the viper harness I always use the strap extension around the supporting structures like poles or trees.  Using the Viper Harness will help increase strength. Harness training helps increase the resistance and specify the training set ideally for sports players. All training has to be specific for the sport. If you are a sports player and you want to increase your speed first...

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If you play sports, then your ability to react (most commonly referred to as your reaction time) may just determine whether you ultimately win or lose the game. Plus, being able to react quickly means that you have good eye-hand coordination, which is just one factor that can greatly improve your performance as well. Well, a pretty easy, yet effective way to achieve this enhanced level of reaction is to engage in reaction ball games. A reaction ball is a ball that isn’t completely round, but rather looks like a bunch of balls melted together. This means that bouncing it...

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  When engaging in sports, speed is always a factor. Even if you don’t have an opponent that you’re trying to outrun or outmaneuver, competing against yourself usually means finding ways to improve your time so that you can reach higher personal levels. So, how do you effectively increase your speed? One option is to wear a weighted vest when training. By adding more weight to your upper body during your training sessions, you’re also increasing the amount of resistance your muscles must work against in order to move around. This makes them grow bigger and stronger, ultimately improving your...

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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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