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Sports Performance 25 : St . Peter the Apostle. Module 2: Foundations For training (2) Agility and Quickness. F.I.T.T. Principle. Four major variables that come into play in designing a training program. F – ___________ ______________ ____________ I - ____________ ______________

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f i t t principle
F.I.T.T. Principle

Four major variables that come into play in designing a training program.

  • F– _________________________
  • ____________
  • I- ____________
  • ______________
  • T- ____________
  • _______________
  • T- _____________
  • _______________
agility and quickness
Agility and Quickness
  • The ability to _____ ________________change direction. It includes _________ and maneuverability.
  • Agility is a main component of skill related __________

________________.

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Agility and Quickness
  • Skill related fitness also consists of:

____________

____________

____________

____________

____________

  • These components do not make you healthier, however, they will improve your skill in _______, also improving your ___________ when
  • ______________.
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Agility and Quickness
  • Agility requires ________________ and ___________.
  • Agility is also influenced by:

____________

____________

____________

____________

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Agility and Quickness
  • Agility testing provides measures of _______________.
  • Agility is measured with ____________ where the person is required to _______
  • ________________
  • ________________
4 stages of agility and quickness
4 Stages of Agility and Quickness

Stage 1 - _______:

  • Balance (______ _______________) is affected by the nervous system.
  • The eyes, ears and feet will sense ____________. _____________is a very important factor in balance.
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4 Stages of Agility and Quickness

A. ______________:

  • The most fundamental human movement skill. Training ones’ balance, speeds up the ______________ to muscles to produce ________movements resulting in an improved efficiency of movement.

B. ________________:

  • Is balance while moving.
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4 Stages of Agility and Quickness

Stage 2 – _______________:

  • Coordination is the ability to use the senses with the body parts to perform motor skills __________and _____________.
  • A large part of coordination is performed by ________a skill down into _______ and then slowly uniting the __________.
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4 Stages of Agility and Quickness

Stage 3 – _______________

____________:

  • The use of ________ is very important.
  • Through repetition the brain quickly learns through a _________ manner and then stores the information.
  • Examples: Use of _________and _________________

to direct athletes.

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4 Stages of Agility and Quickness

Stage Four – _____________

______________:

  • More _________level of agility.
  • Train with _________ patterns of movement.
  • Train controlled and powerful _______and __________.
  • Example: __________________
agility and quickness training
Agility and Quickness Training
  • Training the _________

_____________is very important in the development of quickness. Proper neural training offers the following:

  • ____________ recruitment of a maximal number of _________________.
  • Increasing the ________ rates of motor units.
  • Increase in ____________ coordination (ability to synergistically use multiple muscle groups in ___________________).
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Agility and Quickness Training
  • ________________of movements result in _______ memories in the brain called engrams.
  • Development of engrams are one of the reasons it is so important to practice movements _________.
  • If you practice with _______________ your technique will be flawed when _____________. 
developing agility
Developing Agility
  • Quickness is ________ determined to a degree, but proper training can greatly increase _____________.
  •  The ____________ of quickness drills in training____________.
  • Athletes are faced with a multitude of different ____________ when performing; therefore placement of quickness drills varies _________.
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Developing Agility
  • Examples:
  • ________________
  • ________________
  • ________________
  • ________________
  • ________________
  • Class Exercise: Write Down Examples From The Internet