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Item #6929
  1. Maximize ladder training
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Maximize ladder training

with Tim McClellan, (M.S., C.S.C.S.)

In this instructional speed training DVD, Tim McClellan goes over the most extensive and innovative speed ladder training! Included are 75 drills/variations for developing speed, agility, and quickness using a speed ladder. These drill progressions cover forward, backward, lateral, and non-linear movement along with the application/incorporation of plyometrics.

Speed development concepts such as tempo, rhythm, fast feet, acceleration, deceleration, and change of direction are all covered. McClellan explains all of the exercises as athletes clearly demonstrate every drill. He also shares beginning, intermediate, and advanced drill progressions.

51 minutes. 2002.


con Tim McClellan, (M.S., C.S.C.S.)

En este DVD Tim McClellan explica lo último en entrenamientos para aumentar la velocidad. Viene con 75 ejercicios con sus variaciones para desarrollar la velocidad, agilidad y rapidez utilizando la escalera de velocidad

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