Anecdotal evidence suggests that agility training improves the effectiveness of various joint exercises. But what does that mean? And which joint exercises are best for improving agility? We'll answer that later. We have two main goals in agility training. The first goal is to increase the range of motion and stability in the joints of the body. The second goal is to improve your ability to balance in order to increase your vertical jump. As you can see, there are a lot of different aspects to agility training. What are the common characteristics of agility training?
Joint-Stability training (JST) is a form of joint-strengthening training. Most people use this term interchangeably, but JST is not a one-size-fits-all training program. You need to follow your individual needs and goals. There are also variations on JST that focus on specific joints or specific movements (such as jumping jacks). This is not an exhaustive list of all JST exercises, though. You can look through our JST articles to find more details.
What are the key points of joint stability training?
Injury prevention. JST involves working on joint stability using specific movements that are practiced daily.
Joint-Stability Exercise: Jumping Jacks - You can use one of these jumping jacks to strengthen your upper body.
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