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Agility Ladder 2 In

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WideAgility Ladder 2 In. Wide is a lightweight and versatile training tool perfect for a wide variety of athletes and fitness enthusiasts looking to build speed and agility. It has 16 adjustable rungs with 2-inch wide nylon web straps and durable plastic feet, allowing you to customize your workouts with greater precision. This ladder is great for improving footwork, quickness, coordination, and balance, allowing you to take your conditioning and sports performance to the next level. Whether you’re

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This is Brent, President of B2C Fitness and
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we're talking about agility training
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with the agility ladder. In our first video we did one-ins, now we're going to
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do a progression of the one-in, the two-in. I'm going to have my friend Mike Tierney
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come out and help me demonstrate this exercise. Now, one-ins are the perfect
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place to start to start working on optimizing our mechanics. We've got
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proper arm swing from Mike, we got a nice roll out of each step, quiet steps to
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ensure efficient eccentric deceleration, and then we worked on nice, tall, good
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posture, good balance. The two-in is a progression because now we're going to
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work on a shorter, quicker, stride. So Mike, why don't you go ahead and demonstrate this to
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start. Just maintaining that roll, that glide, consistent tempo through this
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exercise is a challenge. Most people when they start the two-in want to do a start -
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stop, start-stop, start-stop mechanic. Notice when Mike does this this drill
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you can see his torso just glide. There's no change in tempo. Now, Mike is very
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quiet, but one thing that the two-in has started to bring up with Mike is that
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he's not perfectly even on each foot. So you might notice that da da, da da, da da,
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we want metronomic steps so, dot dot dot dot dot dot dot. Good.
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The next time coming back try right foot forward first. Make sure
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that's nice and even. And of course, the starting with left foot then starting with right
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foot is also a huge challenge to Mike's balance. So this being a progression from
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our one-in, we went from one foot in each box to two feet in each box, we want to pay
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special attention to that roll mechanic, keeping nice and quiet, and a nice