We will update this page as we find more exercises.
* Exercise Shown In Video.

From ARM SPEED Page:

1. *Shoulder Power (front). Use the Arm and Wrist Bands, with the Resistance Cord attached to the back. Then stand See animated GIF(155k) (COOL!), kneel, or sit on the ground for a great forward arm drive, upper body interval workout. This improves technique, strength, flexibility, and speed of the front and middle deltoid.

2. *Shoulder Power (back). Use the Arm and Wrist Bands, with the Resistance Cord attached to the front. Then stand, See animated GIF(150k) (COOL!) kneel, or sit on the ground for a great backward arm drive upper body interval workout. This improves technique, strength, flexibility, and speed of the rear and middle deltoid.

From LEG SPEED Page:

1. *Knee Drive Isolation (laying down). Lay on your back, see Hip Flexer 1 Animated GIF (209k) (COOL!) with a band around the ankle and the Resistance Cord attached to a secure object. Then with your foot flexed up, drive your knee toward your chest. A great hip flexor workout.

2. *Knee Drive (standing).  While standing, lean forward on a stationary object (we use an upside down hurdle) see Hip Flexer 2 Animated GIF (155k) (COOL!), with straight arms, with a band around the ankle and the Resistance Cord attached to a secure object. Then with your foot flexed up, drive your knee toward your chest.

From AGILITY & Sports Specific Drills Page:

1. *Lateral agility. Put the belt around your waist and secure the Resistance Cord to a stationary object. Move out to the desired resistance and run 4 steps to the right and then 4 steps to the left. See Animated GIF (291k) (COOL!).  Work on speed for change of direction, quick cuts, and better agility.  Great for football, soccer, basketball, tennis, lacrosse, field hockey...etc.

2. *Lateral Agility and First Step Quickness. Put the band around your ankle and secure the other end to a stationary object then stand perpendicular to the stationary object. Next drive your knee across your body repetedly. See Animated GIF (159k)(COOL!). This drill was found by Earnest Byner NFL Running Back, to help him make quick cuts and explode lateraly.   Great for football, soccer, basketball, tennis,  lacrosse, field hockey...etc.


From Flexibility & Injury Prevention Page:

1. *Shin Splint Prevention. See Animated GIF of shin exercise (72k) (COOL!). Wrap a wrist band around your foot(just below your toes), with the Resistance Cord attached. Secure the Cord to a stationary object, and move a way to the desired resistance. While sitting dorsi flex your foot straight back towards your body. You can also position yourself perpandicular to the Cord(either way) and, with your foot, pull away. This way you can do 3 different exercises to avoid or get rid of shin splints.