If you’re looking for another way to spice up your workout routine, why not try adding some agility training? Changing directions with your body, by rapidly using a combination of coordination and speed, defines agility training.
I use agility training not only for my athletes, but for all age groups. We are led to believe that agility training is solely for the super fit; however, that’s not the case at all.
Sure, on the athletic field, agility helps athletes change directions more efficiently as well as reduces their chance of injury. But off the field, agility training improves balance, reflexes and endurance, making it a great exercise for everyone. Best of all, it’s different, enjoyable, works multiple muscle groups and requires very little equipment.