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The word agility is derived from the Latin word acyclae, which means to swing, or swing quickly and gracefully.
Some products that claim to help improve your agility are called "Aerodynamic" (sometimes, "aerodynamic" is used in a derogatory way in some circles, and can be considered as a derogatory term. This is because aerodynamic products claim to help increase your aerodynamics (aerodynamic properties) and help your movement speed, while most fitness products use the word "dynamic" to describe their characteristics of improving the physical attributes of your body, or their effects on your health. In some cases, some fitness products are marketed as "aerobics" (or "aerobics") while others are marketed as "movement" or "treadmill" (or "treadmill"). The word "aerodynamic" was first coined by the late Dr. David H. Schoenfeld, a sports psychologist, and is used by the American Academy of Sports Medicine as a descriptor for products that have a positive effect on the quality of movement. The words "aerodynamic", "treadmill", or "treadmill" are not generally used in conjunction with "aerobics", even though it was coined as a descriptive term by Dr. Schoenfeld.