What is Footwork? Simple. Footwork is the ability to get your feet up, down and through the ground as fast as possible, in order to, accelerate, re-accelerate, drive through, change direction, or maintain stability. Without a solid footwork foundation, you’ll have a slow first step, slow acceleration/reacceleration, decreased mobility, decreased stability into or out of changes in direction, as well as, significantly decreased dynamic movement.
And yes, decreased dynamic movement translates directly to not being able to make plays on the court, getting your ankles broken, or not being able to break them on the field. So, whether your sport is Basketball, Football, Baseball, Softball, Volleyball, Track & Field, or any of the multitude of other sports there are to play… make sure your footwork is on point. And the only way to do that is to get our Level:1 Footwork Training Program today!
ABOUT OUR FOOTWORK TRAINING PROGRAM.
Our Level: 1 Footwork Training Program focuses on utilizing One-Step-Starts and Push-Drive Combinations (OSS-PDC) to perform a variety of fundamental “steps” and other movements: Lateral Steps, Diagonal Steps, Drop Steps, Breaking, Cutting, Opening, Turning, and more.
Even better, Soldier Up Sports partnered with the footwork guru himself, Columbus Givens III, to ensure that this program provides athletes of all ages everything they need to start moving like the wind!
**This program is a MUST-HAVE for ANY athlete ready to develop their coordination, mobility, first-step, and significantly increase dynamic movement.**
- 10 AgilityHexes/ Agility Rings
- Weighted Vest with 10-20% of your bodyweight for weight (optional).
- Link to recommended Training Vest: BRUTE FORCE: APC Weighted Vest 3.0.
- ADR Snapshot for on-demand feedback and development review.
- 12-Month Subscription.
- SAVE thousands of $ per year versus traditional training.
- FREE Program updates (with active subscription).
- LEARN and TRAIN anywhere on your own schedule.
- GREAT for self-paced athletes, as well as, parents that want to play a bigger role in their athlete’s development.