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Classes are held Wednesdays from 4:00PM-5:00PM
The 4 class package must be used in 4 consecutive weeks. The 10 class package must be used within 3 months.
Our Agility classes are geared toward both youth and adults. This class is taught by our highly skilled and licensed professional coaches.
Agility is the ability to change the direction of the body in an efficient and effective manner and to achieve this you require a combination of balance, strength, coordination, and speed.
Many athletes today are using balance training as an integral part of their overall training programmes, both for injury prevention and performance enhancement.
For example, Balance is needed by soccer player taking the ball on the volley from slightly behind them. This requires the right amount of flexibility and agility at the right time and from the right areas of the body in order for us to execute the desired task, recover and then be able to repeat the same or similar tasks without injury. With balance training, as with most training, the idea is to recreate and manipulate in a controlled environment what we do in an event or game situation. Maintaining balance means having the centre of mass within your base of support, i.e. with your trunk aligned over your feet. In the past we have tended to believe that perfect balance was best illustrated by standing on one leg and staying as still as possible for as long as possible. However, if we were to take a time lapsed photograph of someone performing that activity over several minutes, even the most skilful mime artist would fail to reproduce it. That’s because, even when we are trying to remain completely still, our body is constantly oscillating, transferring energy, loading and unloading in a type of perfect chaos. The point is that the body’s systems are set up to respond to feedback, and if we were to remain completely still no feedback could be offered.
Speed is the ability of a muscle or muscle group to overcome a resistance.
Nine times out of ten, the teams or athletes with the most speed are going to win. While some coaches get it and focus on developing the skill of speed as a primary element of their training, others haven’t caught on yet. Perhaps you’ve mistakenly bought into the idea that speed can’t be coached – that athletes are born with ‘it’ or they aren’t.
Arguably the biggest myth in all of sports says you can’t coach speed, teach athletes how to run faster or make serious improvements to multidirectional speed and agility or explosive strength and power.
The success of your team and the athletes on it depend on the coach’s interest in improving the most fundamental element of sports success: SPEED.
Our curriculum places a high priority on running technique, athletic coordination, balance and relative strength and the introduction of essential muscular movement patterns. These are vital in establishing an athletic foundation for improved performance, injury prevention, and long-term enjoyment of sports participation.