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Agility Training: Facts & Fallacies Part 3

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Agility training is commonly mistaken simply as scripted cone drills and lateral changes in direction when, in fact, it's much more than that. Coaches Mike Young, Matt Hunter, and Greg Gustin discuss the mistakes coaches are making and how to make sure your agility sessions are covering all aspects of agility.

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