Athleticism defined
Programming includes the scheduling, selection of movements, formatting, repetition or round count, weight/load selection, and combining of exercises into a structured PROGRAM. Good programming is not randomized, though it can appear so. It does however, demonstrate variety. (For more on these skills, read What is Fitness.)

Among DynaMax's ten listed traits of physical fitness (cardio-respiratory endurance, power, speed, strength, stamina, balance, agility, coordination, accuracy, flexibility), some are definitely more "athletic" than others. These are the neurological traits: balance, agility, coordination, accuracy, speed. Other athlectic traits not listed by DynaMax include: stability, rhythm, and reaction.

The following are some of the exercises and movements I believe to develop broad athleticism. They make extra demands on the neurological system, not just the physical makeup of the musculature. These movements cannot be completed simply by brute strength or endurance. They require a technical aspect.
Turkish GetUps
Hanging Burpee
Clean and Jerk
Kettlebell Figure-8-to-a-Hold (and a Press)
Wall Balls
Sumo Deadlift High Pull (SDLHP)
Dot Drill
Ring Pushups
Double Unders jumprope

Do all of these movements on a regular basis, even though some do not fit the CrossFit tests of nor the . At hte very minimum, do some during warmup sessions. These above listed movements and exercises cause neurological adaptations, honing the athletic traits of balance, accuracy, agility, coordination, and accuracy. You will feel more "athletic" as you edge closer and closer to perfection with these drills.