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Stabilizer Muscles: What They Are and Why They're So Important

Stabilizer muscles. It's a term that gets thrown around a lot on the internet—including here on STACK.com—but do you actually know what it mean...

By: Brandon Hall

How De'Aaron Fox Became the NBA's New Fastest Man

De'Aaron Fox is basketball's Usain Bolt. As a true freshman at the University of Kentucky last season, Fox used his blinding speed to help himself ...

By: Brandon Hall

8 Drills For Building NFL-Style Speed and Explosiveness

Speed kills. Perhaps this fact is no more apparent than in football. A football field is only 100 yards long and 53.33 yards wide. The faster a pla...

By: Brandon Hall

NHL Star Zach Parise Reveals His Favorite Drill For Building Extreme Skating Speed

Minnesota Wild winger Zach Parise understands the importance of speed in the NHL. His ability to turn on the jets and beat defenders is a big reason w...

By: Brandon Hall

The 5 Muscles Athletes Neglect and How to Train Them

The human body is a thing of wonder. When everything works in harmony, it's like an orchestra in which each player knows his or her part. But when ...

By: Brandon Hall

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STACK Sports Health: How Your Foot Should Strike the Ground When Running

Learn why where your foot strikes the ground is more important than how it strikes the ground.

Myles Garrett's Body Control Tennis Ball Drill

Ever wonder how Myles Garrett is able to beat offensive linemen around the corner so swiftly? He builds his elite body control and flexibility with this simple drill.

Band-Resisted Shuffle With Myles Garrett

Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett performs Band-Resisted Shuffles.

Treston Decoud Builds Explosion With Single-Leg Band Jumps

NFL DB Treston Decoud uses this single-leg exercise to develop explosion and speed on the football field.

Improve Your Speed and Quickness With Treston Decoud's Single-Leg Hops

Take a page from this NFL DB and his performance coach by incorporating this plyometric drill into your speed workouts.