The Hexagon Drill is to measure agility. Agility is how accurately and quickly you can make your movements.
You can practice agility with an agility ladder, cones, tape or other small objects. The best way would be a combination of all these to ensure that you are getting a wide variety of movements.
Make sure that you are on a surface that you will not easily slip on. Below is a video on what the Hexagon Drill is and how to make a hexagon at home.
|Week 1||Circuit of 15 jumping jacks, 15 high knees, and 20 skaters 3x with less than a 20 second break between sets||Do this 4 times in the week|
|Week 2||Follow through this exercise 4x with less than a 20 second break between sets||Do this 3 times a week.|
|Week 3||Follow through this exercise 1x||Do this 3-4 times a week.|
|Week 4||Try the Hexagon Drill and try to keep your time under 50-45 seconds or better.||Do this 3-4 times a week.|
Extra agility workout below.