In this episode (23:49)
The bulk of your agility training time is spent in transition from one repetition to the next! In this podcast, we discuss the importance of this transition time and how short, rewarding transitions will help your agility training!
- Agility Right From the Start
- Our Previous Podcast: Episode 25: Secrets to Super Agility Performance – Part 2
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