S2 Episode 5 | Smart Speed and Power Training with Mike Young

Athlete safety should always be the number one priority when training agility and change of direction abilities. An effective way of keeping your athletes safe, is to start a session with scripted exercises that require low intensity, and slowly progressing to those that require a higher load on the athlete. In this episode, Coach Young discusses the gradual increase of technicality and load intensity throughout a session to prioritise athlete safety.

Tune in next Wednesday to watch episode 6 of Smart Speed and Power Training with Mike Young.

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