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Best Sports Agility Training Books & Equipment

This page looks at the best sports agility training books & equipment. They will help you to improve your lateral agility, change of direction speed, footwork, etc. Use the books & equipment below to create your own agility workouts with agility drills such as the T-Test, L-Drill, etc.

Agility training allows martial arts students to change positions rapidly and effectively. This enables martial artists to evade an attack or get open to launch an attack (i.e. moving laterally in order to avoid an opponent's blow and thus being able to quickly launch an effective counter attack against an off-balance opponent). At no extra cost to you, we make a small commission if you buy products via these links. Your purchase helps keep this wiki free for all visitors. Thank you for your support!



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  • Agility Cones - Agility cones and discs are best for improving your change of direction speed. They also allow for more "real world"-like agility drills (versus the narrow path of an agility ladder).
  • Agility Hurdles - Agility hurdles help martial artists to quickly raise their feet and move with speed. Helps kicking speed.
  • Agility Ladders - Agility ladders are great for developing "quick" feet.
  • Agility Rings
  • Reaction Balls - Reaction balls help athletes to develop better reaction speed & reactive agility. This allows them to better react to an opponent's moves & attacks.
  • Reflex Bags - Reflex bags are great agility tools for martial artists. They allow you to practice upper body agility by avoiding the bounce back of the bag. At the same time, you will be working on punching speed & power, hand-eye coordination, etc.



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