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This all-in-one guide is designed to teach you everything you need to know and how to enhance an athlete’s agility so they can perform at a higher level.

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What is agility?

Agility in sport is defined as “a rapid whole-body movement with change of velocity or direction in response to a stimulus.”

Over the past several decades, ‘agility’ appears to have been referred to as almost anything that requires an athlete to quickly change direction multiple times. As a prime example, the T-test, Illinois agility test, arrowhead agility test, and pro-agility test have all historically been referred to as agility tests, simply because they require an athlete to complete a pre-planned course of directional changes as quickly as possible.

However, it is important to understand from hereinafter these tests are not actually a measure of agility, but instead a measure of ‘change of direction speed’.

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Why is agility important?

Agility is vital for successful performances in most sports. Take invasion/territorial sports (e.g. football, rugby, hockey, and American football), for example, whereby the objective of each team is to invade the opposition’s area in an attempt to score a point(s). In these sports, the defending teams are attempting to win possession of the ball by tackling the opposition or forcing errors.

Consequently, the attacker aims to avoid tackles, retain possession, and create scoring opportunities. To prevent the attacking team from scoring, the defenders must continuously ‘anticipate’ and ‘react’ to the attackers’ movements. To do so requires the defenders to have great agility.

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Who is this guide for?

✅ Strength & conditioning coaches
✅ Sports scientists
✅ Personal trainers
✅ Physiotherapists
✅ Coaches
✅ Athletes
✅ Gym-goers

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