Agility Drill: how to decelerate and rapidly change direction following a period of acceleration

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This agility drill is great for learning to decelerate and rapidly change direction following a period of acceleration. Only four cones are required making the drill extremely minimalist but effective. To train different energy systems this drill could be performed with 10-m gaps between cones (anaerobic) or 50-m gaps between cones (aerobic) and can be performed with any number of athletes making the drill very versatile.

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