Category Archives: General Agility

Posts about agility in general.

Agility, Plyometrics and Preventing Injury in Soccer (Football)

Agility The need for an effective soccer player to possess a high degree of agility would seem to go without saying. However, for the record, we shall say it. From Science and Soccer: β€œThe dynamic nature of soccer requires the … Continue reading

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Agility is its own Skill

Research has determined that athletic agility is something that needs to be specifically trained in order to improve upon. In other words, you don’t get agility for free when training for something else like sprinting. That’s the subject of this … Continue reading

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Athletic Agility Defined

I don’t know if the world of fitness professionals, academics, sports psychologists, etc… agree on a definition of agility in the field of sports and athletics. I briefly mentioned a few in my first blog post. But since the majority … Continue reading

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Launching into Agility

Hello everyone and welcome to the Zigyt Blog – A Voice for Agility Training. If you are reading this first blog entry, then you’re probably wondering a number of things. So, this first post will be about answering some imagined … Continue reading

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