FOOTBALL | HOW TO USE SPEED HURDLES
Many teams use speed hurdles to train with agility and first touch. Do you know how many training methods?
Speed Hurdles have been widely used in various team training. The correct use of the speed hurdle can strengthen your lower limb muscles, the explosiveness of jumping, the coordination of the body and even the ability to control the football. The following article will introduce how to train with speed hurdles.
Hop is the most common training by using speed hurdles. Players can strengthen their explosiveness, coordination, agility and stability of quadriceps femoris.
Training Method：Jump forward 4 times, 2-3 groups each time, you can increase the speed hurdles according to the intensity.
Side hop is another common practise with speed hurdles. Players can strengthen the explosiveness of quadriceps femoris and the stability of lateral muscles.
Training Method：Stepping over each hurdle and touching the ground with both feet each time, 2-3 groups each time, increase the speed hurdles and speed according to the intensity.
The player stands on one foot, hop over the speed hurdle from side to side, and then passes the ball back with the other foot to strengthen the coordination, core muscles and ball touch.
Training Method：Practice 2-3 groups each time and speed up according to the intensity.
Face sideways and step over the hurdle, pass the ball when your feet touch the ground to build up your core muscles, agility and ball touch
Training Method：Practice 2-3 groups each time, and speed up according to the intensity.