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Speed and Agility

Created:   5/6/2011
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Developing Speed Throughout Childhood and Adolescence: The Role of Growth, Maturation and Training

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Considerations for the Development of Agility During Childhood and Adolescence

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The Importance of a Sport-Specific Stimulus for Training Agility

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Maximum Speed: Misconceptions of Sprinting

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A Task-Based Approach to Developing Context-Specific Agility

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A Comparison of the Various Methods Used To Enhance Sprint Speed

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Understanding Deceleration in Sport

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Understanding Change of Direction Performance via the 90° Turn and Sprint Test

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Agility Training for Experienced Athletes: A Dynamical Systems Approach

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Does Increasing Maximal Strength Improve Sprint Running Performance?.

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Motor Learning---Applications for Agility, Part 2.

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Motor Learning---Applications for Agility, Part 1.

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A Review of Agility: Practical Applications for Strength and Conditioning.

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Resisted Sprint Training for the Acceleration Phase of Sprinting.

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Means and Methods of Speed Training: Part II.

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Means and Methods of Speed Training, Part I.

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Is Stepping Back Really Counterproductive?.

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Strength and Conditioning Exercise Selection in Speed Development.

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Efficient Arms for Efficient Agility.

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Treadmill Running to Improve Speed.

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