Stay Strong All Season With a Routine From the Miami Heat's Strength Coach

This story includes info on how to structure an in-season workout program with exercises from Bill Foran, strength and conditioning coach for the Miami Heat.

Dwyane Wade Leg Press

In-season lifting has become obligatory for any basketball player who wants to do more than ride the pine. But some young athletes still resist the idea, thinking it'll be more difficult to perform well on the court after hitting the weights. On the contrary, the reason why college and NBA basketball players lift during the season? It helps them play better.

So, what's the right way to train to amp up your game during the season? Easy: engage all of the body's muscle groups by using a variety of movements and seeking full range of motion.

Head over to STACK Basketball for a way to Stay Strong All Season With a Workout From the Miami Heat's Strength Coach.


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Topics: BASKETBALL TRAINING | IN-SEASON TRAINING | PRO WORKOUTS | WORKOUTS | COACH | STRENGTH COACH | TRAIN | WEIGHTS | RANGE OF MOTION