Football Workouts

Today's top NFL and college stars know to excel in the game of football it's important to build lean muscle mass and deliver energy that together provide the power to make or break a tackle, elude a defender or catch an opponent. Become an elite football player by developing and fine tuning the skills and attributes specific to your position with football workouts. These include linear speed, side-to-side movements and strong hands for running backs, wide receivers, defensive backs, linebackers and safeties. Quarterbacks need great field vision and the ability to make accurate short and long passes. Offensive linemen develop supreme blocking abilities, while their defensive counterparts hone strong tackling skills. Master these skills by reading about and watching the football workouts of today's top pros and integrating them into your routine.

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By: Brandon Hall

Jaguars WR Allen Robinson Shows Off His 40-Inch Vertical Jump

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By: Jordan Zirm

Deshaun Watson Is Preparing for the NFL Draft by Deadlifting Over 600 Pounds

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By: Jordan Zirm

Watch Jameis Winston's Shoulder Training With Michael Jordan's Trainer

Ever since Jameis Winston arrived in the NFL two years ago, he's forged a deep relationship with Tim Grover, the man who famously trained Michael Jord...

By: Jordan Zirm

Watch Potential No. 1 Pick Myles Garrett Put Up 33 Reps on the Bench Press at the NFL Combine

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By: Jordan Zirm