S2 Episode 6 | Smart Speed and Power Training with Mike Young

Maintaining your athlete’s peak fitness levels can deflate their cognitive processing if you focus on straight-ahead exercises. It is important to challenge your athletes to provide in-game intensities during your training sessions. In this episode, Coach Young discusses incorporating elements of the game and cognitive processing into your athlete’s fitness routine, to achieve maximum results for agility and change of direction ability.

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

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