Agility Ladder Drills

Did you know that cross-body movements help the left and right hemispheres of your brain to connect and coordinate?

This is important because the more your brain hemispheres connect, the more optimally you perform any given task, which is especially important for athletes in any sport.

Performing the cross-body movements strengthens the bridge between the right and left hemispheres of your brain, which allows electrical impulses and information to pass freely between the two.

Agility Ladder Drills

Cross-body movements are the movements that make opposite sides of the body to work together.

Cross-body movements help the left and right hemispheres of your brain to coordinate and connect.

The connection between the left and right hemisphere is important because the more your hemispheres connect – the more optimally you can perform any given task.

It is a very known fact that the right hemisphere of the brain controls the left side of the body and vice versa.

You can read more about all benefits of the cross-body movements in this article.

 

In many of the drills in my agility ladder video compilation that I have created, I used different cross-body movements!

Now you can purchase my agility ladder video compilation. This is a 1hr and 16 min long video with 102 agility ladder drills.

There is also an accompanying PDF with the list of all drills and time stamps for each drill that you’ll get when you purchase the video compilation.

To purchase the video with 102 agility ladder drills and accompanying PDF with the list of all drills and time stamps for each drill at a discounted price for a limited time, please follow this link.

 

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