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Add Muscle, Jump Higher and Get Ripped With the STACK ATTACK Workout App

December 15, 2010

We are excited to announce the release of the STACK ATTACK Workout Program app for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.

STACK ATTACK Workout Program, as viewed on the iPhone

Tim Grover, founder and owner of ATTACK Athletics and trainer to elite pro athletes such as Michael Jordan, Dwyane Wade and Kobe Bryant, has partnered with STACK to create the ultimate workout for basketball players. Now you can train like Grover's star clients and boost your game.

Whether you're a competitive basketball player or simply looking to add muscle, jump higher and get ripped, the STACK ATTACK Workout Program will help you accomplish your training goals over the course of 12 weeks.

More than 80 instructional videos take you through two demanding bodyweight workouts each week, enriched by Grover's step-by-step guidance for perfect form.

No equipment necessary. Perform the workouts—including multiple plyometric exercises and supersets—at the gym or at home. All you need is a 6'x6' space.

Get the STACK ATTACK Workout Program on iTunes for only $2.99.

Topics: WORKOUT PLAN
Andy Haley
- Andy Haley is an Associate Content Director at STACK Media. A certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS), he received his bachelor’s degree in exercise science...
Andy Haley
- Andy Haley is an Associate Content Director at STACK Media. A certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS), he received his bachelor’s degree in exercise science...
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