The ability to fluidly move around both in and out of combat. Technique of Aim Dodging.
Free Flow Action
Kinetic Flow Combat
The user can fluidly move around on both land and air. This allows them to perform feats such as kicking off almost any surface, air dash, swinging around lampposts, grinding along rails, and battling enemies with speed and style. Basically using their environment to their advantage.
User is also able to implement the movement into their fighting style, allowing them to fluidly connect their physical attacks with coordinated follow ups.
Dante (Devil May Cry series) can make extensive use of his Trickster Style to frequently move around the battlefield gain the upper hand over numerous or powerful enemies.
Vergil (Devil May Cry series) is able to make of his Dark Slayer Style to fluidly teleport and dash through the battlefield while subsequently attacking his enemies in rapid session.
Whenever Goku (Dragon Ball series) accesses Ultra Instinct "Omen", he is able to instinctively and swiftly avoid and evade any attack that comes his way.
Samus Aran's (Metroid series) infusion with Chozo DNA, as well as her warrior training since her childhood, has made her into a superior athlete. Even without the aid of her Power Suit, she is a skilled acrobatic and well coordinated fighter.
Monkey D.Luffy's (One Piece) tremendous agility combined with his elastic rubber body allow him to perform nearly impossible feats of acrobatics, allowing to evade atttacks of powerful and fast fighters such as Blueno of CP9.
Roronoa Zoro (One Piece) is immensely agile and able to incorporate outstanding athletic prowess with swordmanship.
Sanji (One Piece) is able to perform tremendous feats of athletic prowess from various handstands to double jumping.
Nomura Fudo (Busou Shoujo Machiavellianism) is exceptionally agile.
Spider-Man Vs.the Kingpin (Marvel Comics)...
...hitting from all sides.
Matt Murdock (Marvel Comics) effortlessly dodging an coming police car.
Wolverine (Marvel Comics) dodging Laura's slashes with ease.