Exercises for Soccer, Tennis, Squash and Many Other Sports:
Agility, Footwork and Plyometrics
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In these drills you start in the center of a square and sprint to the
corners as they are called out. This is a great agility and
conditioning drill for all sports!
See The Drills
Take a look at the selection of drills:
December 2012 - Zigyt 2.0 is released combining agility training
with High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) in one app.
March 2011 - Zigyt Officially released in Europe and
carried in FC
January 2011 - Zigyt is featured on App
July 2010 - Zigyt listed as "New and Noteworthy" in App Store.
A simple side to side motion but harder than it looks. Great for sports
that have a lot of side to side motion and for general conditioning of
the legs, knees and core. Zigyt has drills for both basic, predictable
shuffles and random shuffles.
A great drill that combines sprinting, backpedaling and shuffling.
Primarily a soccer drill, there's no reason why this drill couldn't
help anyone in a sport or activity where there is rapid movement in
multiple directions (like hockey, for example). Zigyt builds on this
drill by providing two challenging random versions.
Great exercise for your legs and butt. In these drills, the lunge has
been incorporated into a continuous motion and includes a drill made up
of random lunges in six directions. Great for overall fitness and
sports where you have to, uh, lunge a lot.
Dot drills are a form of plyometric exercise which feature fast
explosive movements. In these drills, you hop from dot to dot. Drills
are made more challengining when keeping feet together and adding in
Another drill that combines sprinting, backpedaling and shuffling.
Fairly easy in its basic form, Zigyt adds a challenge by providing a
Fan Drill - Great drill for moving around the tennis court. Zigyt adds a random version of the drill.
W-Drill - Great drill for moving around the tennis court. Zigyt adds a random version of the drill.
Excellent drill for moving around the squash court; front, back and
sides. Zigyt provides two variations of the drill, both random. One
gives you enough time to get back to the T, the other not so much.