Balancing

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Training your balance prepares the ankle, knee and hip for the dynamics of temporary balance loss, typical in direction change sports. Working each limb independently allows you to focus on controlling the position of your knee relative to your ankle and forefoot and your hips over your knee.
An essential component in any well-planned ‘pillar strength’ routine, Ankle-Knee-Hip Stability provides direction change sports athletes with the neuromuscular development and rehearsal to better operate on the sports ground.
Rather like programming the traction control in a vehicles engine management system to detect the slightest loss of grip or traction, training the nervous system to recognise and cope with ankle instability plays a significant role in the prevention of injury and is a cornerstone of agility development.