Speed & Agility Training Zone!
At Perform Better, we know Speed, Agility, and Quickness Training! Whether you want to increase speed & agility for football, basketball, soccer, tennis, baseball, hockey, or any other sport – we can help!
We're here to answer your speed and agility training questions, or to help you select the proper equipment for your needs.
• Improving Lateral Speed and Agility – Mike Boyle
• Maximizing Your Athletes' Acceleration – Bill Parisi
• Center of Gravity Management: The Secret to Great Game Speed – Bill Parisi
• Good Feet – Steve Myrland
Ask the Expert: Nick Winkelman
"Agility is the ability to change speed and direction in non-reactive and reactive conditions. Training that focuses on non-reactive agility improves the quickness, strength, and power qualities that support effective change of direction. Training reactive agility improves decision-making capabilities in relation to specific sport and life demands. The same drills can be used for reactive and non-reactive agility training with the only difference being the addition of a stimulus (i.e. sight, sound or touch) during reactive agility drills."
– Nick Winkelman, MSc, CSCS*D, USAW, USATF, Director of Training Systems and Eduction at Athletes' Performance
Ask the Expert: Todd Durkin
In this video, Todd Durkin discusses the importance of speed, agility and quickness training and provides training and coaching tips.
Featured Agility Training Exercises
This video focuses on agility ladder exercises. Agility ladders are great for developing speed, agility, power, balance, and strength. The video demonstrates agility drills using the ABC (Agility, Balance & Coordination) Agility Ladder. The video ends with showing sample circuit exercises using Banana Steps, an agility ladder, a stability ball and Balance Steps.
Speed and Agility Equipment Categories
Browse our extensive collection of speed and agility training equipment, including: