Agility is the ability to explosively break, change direction, and accelerate. In many sports, agility is one of the single most important factors in determining performance. The BarwisMethods's Agility Series gives readers step by step guidance in developing and improving all aspects of their training. Throughout the book, the reader is taken through daily cycles of training, complete with easy to follow diagrams and explanations.
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Mike Barwis was the Director of Strength and Conditioning for the University of Michigan, where he was directly responsible for the development and implementation of the football strength and conditioning program, as well as ice hockey, softball, wrestling, and men's soccer. Barwis also worked at West Virginia University for 14 years. In 2003, Barwis assumed the responsibility for the Mountaineers football program. During his tenure at West Virginia University he designed and implemented programs for all of the Mountaineers 21 varsity sports. His last 5 years at WVU were widely considered to be the golden era in WVU athletics. Barwis has coached 24 National Strength and Conditioning (NSCA) All-Americans, was one of 10 coaches to receive the 2002 Broze Award from the NSCA certification commission. He has trained college All-Americans, national champions, professional, Olympic, national, and international competitors in wrestling, track and field, soccer, football, basketball, baseball, ice hockey, and bodybuilding. Barwis earned his undergraduate degree in Exercise Physiology from the School of Medicine at West Virginia University, and his Master's Degree in Athletic Coaching. He also completed course work in anatomy and physiology at Temple University.
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