Football Agility Drills With Cones
Kids nike superfly boots hypervenom cleats youth 20 Yard Shuttle DrillThe 20yard shuttle drill is an agility drill that teaches proper footwork. The 20yard shuttle drill is performed at the NFL Scouting Combine. A football player begins the 20yard shuttle drill in a threepoint stance. When the whistle blows, a player sprints five yards to the side to touch a cone. The football player then sprints 10 yards in the other direction and touches the cone, before turning and sprinting back through the beginning yard line. This football agility drill helps football players increase lateral quickness and avoid wasting steps before changing direction.
60 Yard Shuttle DrillThe 60yard shuttle drill is an extended version of the 20yard shuttle test. The football player starts in a threepoint stance, and when the whistle blows, run 10 yards to one side touching the cone. The player then runs back 20 yards to the other side before touching the cone, kids nike superfly boots before finally changing direction and sprinting back 10 yards through the finishing line. This football agility works on quick feet and change of direction. The longer distance covered adds an element of stamina training in this football agility drill.
W DrillThe W drill requires cones to be set in a diagonal slalom fashion with five yards between them. The University of Vermont football players use this drill. The football player starts in a crouched stance and on the whistle, sprints forward and diagonally to the first cone. The player rounds the first cone before backpedalling diagonally to the next cone. This process hypervenom cleats youth continues until the player backpedals to the sixth cone. This football agility drill develops sprinting and change of direction. Football players hypervenom cleats youth who practice the W drill also improve their footwork and speed while moving backwards. Backpedaling is an important skill for defensive players, in particular cornerbacks and safeties who are required to backpedal to cover wide receivers and not allow offensive hypervenom cleats youth players to get open in behind them.
Three Cone DrillThe threecone football drill requires three cones to be placed in an “L” shape five yards apart. The threecone drill is used as a performance measurement at the NFL Scouting Combine. The football player starts in a threepoint stance and sprints five yards forward to touch the second cone, before changing direction quickly and returning to touch the first cone. The player then runs back to the second cone before rounding and sprinting to the third cone. The player runs round the third cone then returns to the start by rounding the second cone. Philadelphia Eagles college scout Matt Russell states that this drill helps a player practice bending, pivoting and shifting their body weight. It should not be used as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. LIVESTRONG is a registered trademark of the LIVESTRONG Foundation. Moreover, we do not select every advertiser kids nike superfly boots or advertisement that appears on the web sitemany of the advertisements are served by third party advertising companies hypervenom cleats youth.