What is human agility?


Human agility refers to the speed and nimbleness of a person. It is the ability to move your body quickly and easily while maintaining body control and balance. Human agility is mainly used as an athletic term and this practice is very essential in this field.
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Human agility is the ability of a human to move quickly and change its position in a fast, efficient manner. One can improve agility through exercise.
Human agility is the ability to change your body position to compensate for the situation. You use speed, reflexes, balance, strength, and endurance to do this.
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