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To learn more about agility, read my article on the topics covered here. The list below will be continuously updated as new information becomes available, so check back often. I don't use the word "skills" in this article, but I'll be referring to it occasionally. In addition to being a medical doctor, I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology, with minors in Computer Science, Psychology, and Math. In my last year of school, I was also able to get a full scholarship to attend an agility competition. In 2012, I participated in the USA Nationals at the US Air Force Academy, and won the 3rd Place Prize. The following information was derived from my current practice in the field of clinical physical therapy and rehabilitation. The information is meant to be helpful, but I am not a professional, and the information should not be considered legal or medical advice. The best advice I can offer about how to perform agility exercise is this: Practice the exercises for 3-5 minutes at a time. The best agility exercises are the one's that are not too long. If you perform them too long, you may be fatigued and can't perform as effectively as you could have.