Power starts from the ground up, so it's important for athletes to train their lower body with complex movements that tax different muscle groups in various ways. Whether you're trying to Squat more or just looking for more exercises to add to your routine, we've got plenty of specifics to help you learn why training your lower body is important and tips for how to do it more effectively.
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No matter what sport you play, leg strength plays a big role in your ability to perform; particularly individual leg strength due to the fact that most...
By: Andrew Meyers
Santa Monica Stairs: Sprinting Stairs Every major city, and/or college town has stairs available to the public. When I went to Chico State, they had...
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Latest Videos in Lower Body
Trainer Travelle Gaines prescribes a Single-Leg Circuit for NFL prospects preparing for the Combine at Athletic Gaines (Las Vegas).
Watch NBA star Ricky Rubio perform the Rear-Foot-Elevated Split-Squat to strengthen his lower body.
In this episode of STACK Fitness Weekly, coach Mark Roozen shows you how football players can build lower-body power.
In this episode of World-Class Workouts, Todd Durkin shows you how to build lower-body power.
New Orleans Saints All-Pro quarterback Drew Brees performs Kettlebell Single-Leg RDLs during the off-season with coaching by Todd Durkin.