Ladder Drills

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These drills are an effective tool for increasing rhythm, agility, speed, balance, and body control throughout many athletic movements. They are beneficial and applicable for most sports, and completion of these drills 1-2 times/week will lead to improvement in the aforementioned areas. These videos are only a small representation of the vast number of drills that can be performed using the Agility Ladder.

Icky Shuffle

Lateral Icky Shuffle

Lateral Duck Lunges

Two Out One In

Two In One Out

Twisters

Two Tap

Tuck Jumps

Front Whip

Tail Whip

Flashers

Squat Jumps

Spider Pushups

Single Down

Single Down High Knees

Double Down

Double Down High Knees

Scissors

Cutters

Runners

Backward Icky Shuffle

Quick Feet

Pogos

Plyometric Pushups

Medicine Ball Modification

Hurdle Jump Modification

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