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Six Ways to Build More Power, Speed, Agility and Quickness

By Fight Camp Conditioning, 11/26/18, 12:00PM CST

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Start slow, focus on technique and increase the speed as you become more proficient.

The foundation of all exercise is movement and before we dive into complex lifts and explosive plyometrics, we need to lay a solid foundation.  Below you will find a variety of different drills and exercises that you can use to develop more coordination, body awareness, speed, power and athleticism.

Learning to Move Efficiently

Everyone should be able to squat, lunge, hinge, push, pull and move efficiently. Building quality movement patterns and developing a foundational level of strength is essential and should be a priority. Below are a few basic movement drills that can help prepare an athlete for a variety of situations. These locomotion patterns are perfect ways to finish a warmup, increase body temperature and help you improve general athleticism.