Sports

Each sport—STACK currently follows 17—requires a specific combination of Strength, Speed, Conditioning, Flexibility and Skills, so each demands a unique approach to training. A workout to improve baseball speed is different from one for basketball speed. To improve your performance, complete all workout plans and follow diet and hydration advice, all tailored to enhance the performance attributes demanded by your sport. Sport-specific training and nutrition advice comes from the top coaches and elite athletes.

Latest in Sports

Basketball Court Dimensions and Hoop Height: A Quick Guide

How Big is a Basketball Court? An NBA basketball court is 94 feet long and 50 feet wide. In meters, it's 28.65 m long and 15.24 m wide. The WNBA ...

By: Brandon Hall

Why Parents Need to Encourage Youth Athletes to Play Multiple Sports

When it comes to our kids, we want the best for them. If they are passionate about a sport, we'll do everything possible to help them reach their full...

By: Steve Olsen

What is AAU Basketball?

What is AAU Basketball? Amateur Athletic Union basketball, better known as AAU basketball, is an amateur and youth sports organization. AAU hoops is...

By: Jordan Zirm

A Guide to Playing Four-Ball Golf

Golf is way more than just swinging the ball with the iron to put it in the hole, and who will understand that better than golfers themselves? But while...

By: Olivia Taylor

How Long Is a Baseball Game? Well, It Depends

Major League Baseball games last nine innings and take an average of three hours to complete. Minor league and collegiate baseball also last nine inni...

By: Andy Haley

Latest Videos in Sports

STACK Sports Health: Why You Shouldn’t Foam Roll Your IT Band

Learn why foam rolling your IT Band may cause pain, and what you should do instead.

STACK Sports Health: How to Reduce Knee Pain with Ankle Mobility Exercises

Learn how to fix knee pain during squatting movements with two ankle mobility exercises.

Andrew McCutchen Hones His Elite Hand-Eye Coordination in IMG Academy's 'Mind Gym’

Andrew McCutchen uses the "Mind Gym" at IMG Academy to hone his elite hand-eye coordination and visual perception skills.

The Strategy That Helped Andrew McCutchen Become One of Baseball’s Most Feared Hitters

Four-time Silver Slugger Award winner Andrew McCutchen describes his approach to hitting.

2017 Path to the Pros: Josh Carraway, TCU DE

Former TCU DE and two-time first-team All-Big 12 selection, Josh Carraway is a 6-foot-3, 242-pound physical specimen and has transformed himself from a two-star recruit to a top Pass-Rusher in the 2017 NFL Draft.