Strength And Agility Exercises For Kids

Most team sports involve movements for a fixed length of time that seldom occur in a straight line. Agility and strength training improves a child’s ability to change direction, brake suddenly, and perform sport-specific skills with more speed and dexterity. Kids can start with bodyweight exercises and work on technique without using weights. Lateral plyometric jumps help build explosive power, balance, and coordination by using our natural body weight.