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(1:16)- Routine Units & Reps
(1:17)- Fast Toes- Lateral (Jack’s Demonstration)
(1:32)- Fast Toes- Ahead (Jack’s Demonstration)
(1:40)- Fast Toes- Alternate (Jack’s Demonstration)
(1:56)- Vast Outs (Jack’s Demonstration)
(2:30)- Fast Toes- Lateral (Scott’s Flip)
(3:28)- Fast Toes- Ahead (Scott’s Flip)
(4:01)- Fast Toes- Alternate (Scott’s Flip)
(5:26)- Vast Outs (Scott’s Flip)

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  1. Well, you are only doing each exercise twice and they are 10 seconds long a piece. By doing these you are activating all your fast twitch muscle fibers which will help you with all your explosive movements. The more muscle fibers "ready to go" before a lift, the stronger you will be/less risk of an injury. Give it a shot and let me know how you do! 🙂

  2. Hey Scott, always enjoy your videos! Thanks for taking the time to share your knowledge. Would this warm up be similar to doing agility ladder? My athletes do various footwork as fast as they can, for their warm up and this warm up looks similar to the shuffling that's done during agility ladder.

  3. There's something I don't quite understand; why is it that you would need this if there are many people I know personally, including myself, that don't do this and have rarely ever hit a plateau. Even if I did reach one, all it took me was to either train harder and eat less (when dieting) or train less and eat more (when bulking). I hope I'm not coming off as an ass or anything because that's the last thing I wanna be seen as. :/