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287-Pound Michigan Sophomore Rashan Gary Ran a 4.57 40-Yard Dash

Rashan Gary was the No. 1 high school recruit in the class of 2016. As a true freshman for the Michigan Wolverines last season, Gary totaled 23 tac...

By: Brandon Hall

This Sprinting Technique Drill Will Improve Both Your Speed and Agility

An Agility Technique you better learn to get quicker I must warn you right off the bat that the drill I'm about to promote and share with you is not...

By: Travis Hansen

Why This Common Speed Tip May Actually be Slowing You Down

Go to any gym, game, practice, or track meet and you'll probably hear a coach or parent yell, "stay low" in efforts to improve acceleration speed. While...

By: Michael Zweifel

Foam Rolling Techniques to Fix Every Trouble Spot on Your Body

Foam rolling has made it mainstream. There is no question that the benefits of the technique have resonated with athletes of all ages and skill levels....

By: Andy Haley

NFL Combine 40-Yard Dash Champion John Ross's Humongous Hamstrings Are Proof Strength Is The Key To Speed

People were expecting former Washington receiver John Ross to run a fast 40-Yard Dash at the NFL Combine. After all, his blazing speed helped him ...

By: Brandon Hall

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How John Ross Became The Fastest Man in Football

Washington WR John Ross is officially the fastest player in NFL Combine history. As it turns out, he's been preparing for greatness for a long time.

NYC Marathon 2016: Behind the Scenes at the Finish Line

Get an exclusive look at the area in Central Park where 50,000 runners completed their 26.2-mile journey. Meet some spectators along the way!

Track GPS, Heart Rate and More With the Polar M600 Sports Watch

Get to know the many features of Polar's M600 watch and learn how athletes incorporate the watch into their daily fitness routines.

MARATHON BASICS: Speed Training Techniques You Need

Get a primer on how you can use Intervals, Tempo Runs and other techniques to improve your top-end speed while training to run 26.2 miles.

MARATHON BASICS: How to Conquer the Long Run

Few things are more intimidating than a training plan that says you have to run 18 or 20 miles this Sunday. But fear not. Follow these guidelines and you'll be able to safely go the distance (and then some).