By using ZOIDS for directional and target foot placements, football players are able to dramatically improve every part of their game.
Every position in football need a different type of agility and footwork routine to improve performance. Designing position-specific drills with ZOIDS will help trainers, coaches, and players identify and track the movements that each player need to target to improve their game.
The 40-yard dash is one of the most critical assessments for football players. Many recruiters begin looking at your 40 yard dash time as early as high school. By using ZOIDS to design agility drills, football players can build explosive agility benefiting their 40 yard dash time on and off the football field.
Taking care of your body is just as important as an athlete’s skill on the field. Football players need to warm up their neuromuscular system and body before engaging in full speed competition in any sport. Starting with slow, intentional movements and then building up to more vigorous movements is the best method for avoiding injuries.