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Basketball Speed and Agility Training - Miami, Ft Lauderdale, Florida

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Baller Basketball Academy Basketball Speed and Agility Training is one of the most important parts of basketball training. Great foot work, speed, quickness, agility, lateral and linear movement in basketball creates great basketball players. But many coaches do not train for Speed and Agility. Most coaches are great at conditioning and actual basketball training, but training for Speed and Agility requires a different type of training and mindset.

Basketball and most sports in general usually have conditioning, strength training and advance skilled training programs. But in today's sports training that's just not good enough anymore. Cross, Plyometric, Band and Speed & Agility Training are a must to be a complete athlete and gain a competitive advantage.

Who Benefits From Basketball Speed and Agility Training Individual, Youth, Middle School, High School, Travel Team, College, Adult, Professionals, girls and boys benefit greatly from Basketball Speed & Agility Training. Our goal with our training is to make individuals and teams faster, quicker and more agile while still being under control athletically.

Plyometrics, Resistance, Cross Training, Band, Lateral KG3, Speed Insight, Lateral Complex, TPX-10, Quick Agility, Speed Recovery, Burst, Hand Eye, Speed Endurance, Pack Confidence, Speed Handles, and Movement IQ are paramount to Millennium’s, Generation X, Y & Z athletes.

Muhammad Ali
Muhammad Ali was one of the true innovators of using Speed and Agility. He used his great hand speed to knock out opponents. But what was crucial to his success was his great foot work and lateral movement to slip punches. To this day we have never seen a boxer quite like him. He was an early adopter of Speed & Agility Training.

Ali worked on his Speed and Agility relentlessly. While every other boxer was training using traditional methods he and his trainer Angelo Dundee felt if you were faster and able to move better than anyone else you could become a champion. Boy were they right!
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