SportSpeed Training with Jalen Ramsey

Sportspeed works to all professional athletes and famous NFL players. And recently we worked with Florida State University’s former two-time All-America and No. 5 overall National Football League draft pick Jalen Ramsey on speed and agility drills.

Jalen Ramsey spent time working with Olympic Gold Medalist and Sportspeed’s Director of Player Development “Willie Smith” on speed, agility and quickness training including sprinting technique, quickness and leg turnover. These drills resulted in improved 40 yard dash times and the top-performance in two categories in the recent 2016 NFL Combine. This further solidified his projected top 5 draft pick status. In a recent interview, Mr. Ramsey talked about the benefits of working with Coach Smith.

Agility Cone Drills for Speed and Quickness Training

A quicker and faster athlete can sometimes be the difference between winning and losing. A more agile athlete with superior body control can wreak havoc on a game and leave the other team wishing they’d worked harder during the offseason. SportSpeed agility cones can make you a difference-maker on any playing surface.

Speed and Agility Hurdles for Soccer Speed and Quickness Training

Agility ladders and speed hurdles are used in drills during sports training with the goal of improving an athlete’s ability to change direction and accelerate while already moving. Agility is essential to many sports, especially team and two-person sports. Football players, for example, need to change direction quickly when they see that an opposing player will tackle him or when trying to get to a ball first. Tennis players also must change direction with speed when dashing to reach a ball that is going in a different way than they expected. Whatever your sport, Power Systems offers an agility ladder or step hurdle to meet your needs.

Jump Rope Training for Soccer Speed and Quickness

Jumping rope burns more than 10 calories a minute while strengthening your legs, butt, shoulders, and arms. And it doesn’t take long to reap major rewards. You can burn more than 200 calories in two, 10-minute sessions each day (that’s 1,000 calories a week)!

Jumping rope is also a great way to fit in an effective cardio session when you’re on the go; just toss it in your carry-on! You’ll probably feel completely energized after jumping rope too.

Try adding this routine to your existing strength plan or do it alone as a cardio workout. For best results, do the full workout three to five times a week. The two core exercises will give your body time to recover between jumps while tightening your tummy. What are you waiting for? Hop to it!

Training Lateral Resistance (fast twitch) for Speed and Quickness

The Lateral Resistance Bands incorporate making the Lateral Resistance Bands the next level in lower-body training. The larger padded cuffs make the Lateral Resistor comfortable and ideal for the development of dynamic lower-body quickness and reaction. This band is perfect for lower-body training that requires more from your tubing. Rubber resistance exercise and conditioning demands have increased and so must the performance and responsiveness of the tubing products you depend on. The Lateral Resistance Band’s construction meets and exceeds the most rigorous training applications.

Training Resistance Power Drills for Speed and Quickness

The shoulder resistance harness is a simple way to build explosive power and speed in the lower body. Quick and easy set-up. Simply put on the harness, secure the buckle, and have a partner create resistance. The strap does not stretch. The belt will fit up to a 46 inch waist. For larger athletes, the device can also be used around the shoulders without securing the belt buckle.

Resistance Speed Chute for All Sports – Speed and Quickness

The shoulder resistance harness is a simple way to build explosive power and speed in the lower body. Quick and easy set-up. Simply put on the harness, secure the buckle, and have a partner create resistance. The strap does not stretch. The belt will fit up to a 46 inch waist. For larger athletes, the device can also be used around the shoulders without securing the belt buckle.