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This page is designed to give a complete list of the products that have been tested in my videos on a number of different agility exercises. As these videos continue to show, more and more agility products are also shown to improve agility. In general, the more you practice an agility exercise, the better it becomes. To put it simply, if you practice, you will get better at an agility exercise. If you don't have enough time, don't worry. Most of these products won't make much of a difference if you are just practicing a few times a week. However, as your ability to complete agility exercises increases, the more products you should start using.
Athletes have been using agility products for years, but these days, the products have become more expensive and have become more difficult to use. For example, the products shown below were popular back in the 1960s.