Back

If all you're doing is Benching, you're training for the beach, not your team. Developing the muscles of the back are crucial for developing functional strength, or strength you can use. Athletes need to be in balance, and STACK has exercises from top college teams like the Oklahoma Sooners and elite athletes like Drew Brees to help you develop your back.

Latest in Back

Why Baseball Players Need to Prioritize Back Strength

There are two very important reasons for baseball players to include back training into their strength and conditioning program – injury prevention and...

By: Jon Drees

The Complete Solution for Fixing Lower-Back Pain

Even the strongest athletes have aches and pains they must deal with. Aches and pains are a byproduct of pushing your body to the limit in the gym a...

By: Andy Haley

How to Perform Back Extensions Correctly to Improve Sports Performance and Prevent Back Injuries

A strong posterior chain is a must in athletics and should be a focus of the everyday gym goer as well. Building a strong posterior will improve overall...

By: John Papp

How the Serape Effect Can Increase Throwing Velocity

The serape effect refers to the stretch of musculature on our body that criss crosses diagonally from our shoulders to our hips. It gets the name serape...

By: Erick Avila

Build Back Strength and Core Stability With the Banded Inverted Row

Various old and new training methods can assist in an athlete in achieving a great functioning athletic body. However, to achieve a strong upper body...

By: Kelvin King Jr.