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ENERGIZE
sports performance testing & research Institute

HUMAN PERFORMANCE
ANALYSIS LAB

agility performance testing

Test OVERVIEW

Agility is a huge part of any athletes performance, so being more agile and being able to move faster with more muscle control can give you the edge. The Quick Board system delivers accurate data on reaction time, speed and agility, allowing athletes to test their speed and agility improvements over time.   Agility training can improve and shorten the recovery time while we monitor athletes' daily progress, and assess the effectiveness of the therapy.

 

WHY

Why would you do an agility performance test?  Agility performance testing is extremely beneficial to all athletes to determine if the training regiment they are currently using is actually improving performance.  By testing an athletes agility footwork we are more accurately able to determine performance improvements.

 

RECOMMENDED

Who is agility performance testing recommended for?  Agility performance testing is recommended for virtually every type of serious athlete.  

HOW OFTEN

How often should you repeat this test?  Agility performance testing should be tested every 3-6 months to help determine if their current training regiment is producing improvements in agility.

 

BODY PARTS

Which body parts are or can be tested?  Agility performance testing generally focuses on agility performance of the legs and feet, but may also be used to help measure jump height consistency.

 

RESULTS

What are the results of this test?  An agility performance test will help determine if your foot speed performance has improved since your last test.

 

SUMMARY

 What does this help to improve? Speed and agility are very important to athletic performance. Both involve moving the body as rapidly as possible, but agility also accounts for changing direction. Speed and agility can help spotlight weaknesses and strengths in sport or task performance which can help direct training goals.

 

 

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