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Speed, Agility and Quickness - High School College Fitness Test Prep

2 Programs are offered in a group setting; Speed, Agility, and Quickness and Fitness Test Preparation

Individual and small group training groups are also available upon request.


What are the most important skills to learn for any sport? 

Speed and agility, of course! 

For every sport from baseball/sofball to soccer, football, lacrosse to  to rugby and everything in between, movement and speed drills are endlessly important to be able to enhance your performance. 

Diesel Sports Complex’s Speed and Multi-Directional Movement Program allows young athletes to improve their agility, speed, quickness, and overall movement skills; something that can be translated across multiple different sports. 

Speed, agility, and quickness are some of the most significant, and visible, components of athletic success. An improvement in the ability to react quickly, apply significant force rapidly in the appropriate direction, and redirect that force if needed is the ultimate goal of a program to improve speed, agility, and quickness.

A carefully designed program that addresses these factors of athleticism significantly improves overall performance and reduces the risk of injury. Speed, agility, and quickness all involve learned motor skills. Although the magnitude of proficiency will vary with each individual, learning the efficient and effective execution of these skills can improve overall athletic ability. 

Each session will include proper warm-up, speed, and agility drills, footwork, biomechanics, technique, and cool down.  Each session is designed by a nationally certified Speed, Agility, and Quickness instructor.

The program will give your young athlete (ages 8-14) many sport-specific drills to allow them to grow in their respective sports and give them a competitive advantage. 

Dates and Times:

Ages 10-16

Weekly Training Sessions - 8 weeks

November 5  -  December 17th 

No session November 26

Sundays 10am - 11am

To register your athlete, click the link below!


*The training will be outside when the temperature is above 35 degrees and dry, if the temps are below 35 or it is cold and wet, the group will move inside.  Please plan accordingly each week.

[email protected] for details.

Refund Policy:  Please review your schedule prior to registering, if you are not able to meet the sessions based on your schedule we will not be able to issue a refund.  Relocations, extended medical conditions and/or other unforeseen circumstances will be handled on a case by case basis and in most cases a credit towards future programs may be issued. 

ABC's Agility, Balance and Coordination - Ages 3-6

The ABCs of Movement for Young Children

Agility, balance, and coordination are three essential components of movement that young children need to develop in order to participate in sports and physical activities. These skills are also known as the ABCs of movement, and they provide the foundation for more advanced motor skills and sports skills later in life.

Agility is the ability to change direction quickly and accurately while maintaining control of the body. Agility helps children to avoid obstacles, react to opponents, and perform complex movements. Agility drills such as the box drill, where children sprint, shuffle, backpedal, and change direction around four cones, can improve agility by teaching them how to accelerate and decelerate efficiently.

Balance is the ability to maintain stability and equilibrium while moving or staying still. Balance helps children to prevent falls, control their posture, and perform skills that require shifting their weight or center of gravity. Balance exercises such as standing on one leg, walking on a line, or balancing on a beam can improve balance by challenging their sensory systems and strengthening their core muscles.

Coordination is the ability to perform smooth and accurate movements that involve multiple body parts and senses. Coordination helps children to execute complex skills that require timing, rhythm, precision, and spatial awareness. Coordination activities such as throwing, catching, kicking, jumping, or predicting and intercepting can improve coordination by enhancing their hand-eye, foot-eye, or whole-body coordination.

The ABCs of movement are essential for developing fundamental movement skills, which are the building blocks of physical literacy. Physical literacy is the ability to move confidently and competently in different environments and situations. Children who are physically literate are more likely to enjoy sports and physical activities, stay active throughout their lives, and achieve better health and well-being outcomes.

Weekly Classes at Diesel Sports 


The ABCs of Movement


Weekly Classes at Diesel Sports Complex

Morning or Afternoon options

Wednesday 9:30 am - 10:30 am; 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm November 1st - December 13th.


6 weekly sessions - $75

Location: Diesel Sports Complex, 9043 Marshall Road, Cranberry Twp, PA 16066

To register please click the link below.

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Pre school through kindergarten aged children will be introduced to running, jumping, leaping, bounding, tumbling, climbing, throwing, kicking,  etc in fun, high energy sessions including games and activities developing gross motor skills,  hand-eye,  and overall balance and coordination.

[email protected] and/or [email protected] for registration details.


RunFastJumpHigh Soccer
305 Cottingham Cir 
Cranberry Twp, Pennsylvania 16066

Phone: 412-585-1112
Email: [email protected]

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