By using ZOIDs for directional and target foot placements, group training goes to an entirely new level of fun and creativity. Trainers are able to use predesigned workouts, as well as design and engage their students to join in.
Most athletes are aware of learning how to incorporate a creative and fun training session for themselves. But incorporating those methods in a group is even better.
Also known as Jump Trainings, these exercises allow muscles to exert maximum force in short intervals of time, with the goal of increasing power and speed-strength.
This is a great way to push each other in every drill. It allows for your partner to challenge their speed, focus and abilities with yours. Who said a little friendly competition didn't hurt?