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A gymnast swinging gracefully through an uneven bar routine; a running back making a spin move on the gridiron to avoid a would-be tackler; a figure skater executing a perfect salchow jump: All these athletes possess strength and skill, but the moves they make require something more—agility.

Athletic agility is defined technically as “the ability to change direction in efficient and effective manner.” In performance, it is much more than that and the most agile athlete is often the one that outperforms his or her peers, crossing the finish line first or earning the highest score. 

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