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These sport specific exercises from WakeMed’s Rehab physical therapists train the knee and ankle joints to deal with situations encountered in a game. They improve jumping and landing techniques while building muscle strength and awareness of proper form. Be sure to maintain good posture when performing each agility drill.
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Run from one sideline to another bringing your knees up high toward your chest. Keep your knees slightly flexed and land on the balls of your feet. Perform 30 seconds.
Bend the knees slightly. Jump to low bounces in place using only the ankles to propel you vertically. Make sure to land on both feet evenly.
Hold the soccer ball in front of you, with arms extended, at shoulder height. Jump high. At the peak of your jump, bend the knees toward your chest, tucking the knees near the armpits.
With the soccer ball on the ground, jump from side-to-side over the ball with your feet parallel to each other. Make sure to land on both feet at the same time.
With the soccer ball on the ground, stand on one leg with the knee slightly bent. Jump from side-to-side over the ball landing on only one foot. Make sure to land properly and do not excessively shift your weight.
With the soccer ball on the ground, stand on one leg with the knee slightly bent. Jump forward and backward over the ball landing on only one foot. Make sure to land properly and do not excessively shift your weight.
Stand on one leg with the knee slightly bent. Propel yourself forward by bending to a modified squat position. Jump forward as far as possible landing on only one foot in a deep-knee flexed position.
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