Optimising speed and agility development using target classification and motor learning principles - part 2

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Ian Jeffreys

Part one of this article deconstructed agility movements into a number of basic patterns, each with their own target functions and mechanics. In this article, this theme is developed to address the issues of constructing agility development programmes which conform to the basic principles of motor learning. In this way, the long term development of agility can be optimised.

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