Increase Your Speed And Quickness With This Drill

If you want to increase your speed & quickness for sports or just for fun, then the Agility Ladder Drill is perfect for that.


  1. Increased Speed
  2. Increased Quickness
  3. Better Body Control
  4. Better Coordination

Directions: Facing the side of the agility ladder, you are going to touch in and out of each box with both feet. The best approach is to follow a four count of in – in – out – out. Repeat drill on both sides of the ladder.

Interesting Nutrition Fact:

  • Eat 3-7 eggs per week

“An egg a day is A-OK.”  Here’s why: Eggs contain a heavy-hitting 4 grams of pure muscle-building amino acids inside every shell, in addition to boasting some of the highest naturally available doses around of a vitamin called choline, which is thought to help enhance memory. “They’re the gold standard in terms of providing all the right nutrients for muscle growth.”

Drill Link: Agility Ladder Drill

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Texas A&M Defeats Arkansas In High Scoring Game

What a game between Arkansas and Texas A&M! A high scoring, hard hitting match between two teams in the South. Arkansas was up most of the time early on in the First Quarter, but Texas A&M rallied back to eventually take the lead in the second half. Arkansas wouldn’t allow it with a deep throw from Austin Allen to Jonathan Nance to eventually allow the TD run from David Williams to put Arkansas in the lead later in the fourth quarter. Kicker Daniel LaCamera wouldn’t allow for the Razorbacks to win in regulation without a fight. LaCamera tied the game at 43-43 at a short distance. In the end Texas A&M scored with a touchdown by Christian Kirk and finished it off with an interception. Final Score 50-43 Texas A&M.

Above Image: Christian Kirk (Texas A&M)

Above Image: Austin Allen (Razorbacks)