Agility Ladder Drills - Run Through (Two Feet In)
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ImageSubmitted by: Justin Leonard
Last updated: 4/18/2012


The "run through" is one of the simplest agility ladder drills. This drill is typically used as a warm up for more advanced agility ladder footwork.

It is advised to first practice agility ladder drills at half speed. Once you are comfortable with the footwork, try to increase the speed. The goal should be to perform the drill as quickly as possible.

To do this exercise, simply run down the center of the ladder. As you work your way down the ladder, each foot should come into contact with the squares (hence "two feet in").

TIPS: Be sure to stay on your toes at all times. If possible, perform agility ladder drills on a soft surface such as grass to prevent jarring of the joints.
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Category
Speed & Agility Exercises ( view all )
Difficulty Level MEDIUM
The "run through" (two feet in) is a medium difficulty agility ladder drill.
Target Muscle
Lower Body
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