Agility ladder movements include sideways shuffles, skipping through rungs, and other movements conducted up and down the ladder. It improves the rate at which your muscles contract, which otherwise tends to decline as you age. It also improves your balance, including dynamic balance (or balance while you're in motion), and enhances your natural reflexes so you'll react with a renewed swiftness.
Agility Ladder Drills involve stepping in and out of the boxes, aiming for speed and accuracy. It can definitely help with focus and coordination, and use muscles involved in balance and core strength. The fast footwork means these drills also count as interval cardio
Agility Ladder can also be useful high-intensity interval training (HIIT). HIIT, characterized by relatively short bursts of intense exercise followed by periods of rest, far outperforms conventional aerobic endurance type exercises.
Not only does it beat conventional cardio as the most effective and efficient form of exercise, it also provides health benefits you simply cannot get from regular aerobics.
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