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.
Latest in Lower Body
Hit the Turf: Fall Sports Strength, Size, Speed and Endurance-Building Combo Crawls By Jim Carpentier, CSCS Seeking a change of pace from doing...
By: Jim Carpentier
The Squat is king of the weight room. It's a time-tested way to enhance almost every aspect of athletic performance. If you're capable of squatting...
By: Brandon Hall
The Squat is one of the core lifts for the Cincinnati Bengals. And rightfully so. It's an essential compound movement that's essential for building lo...
By: Andy Haley
3 Types of Athletes That Can Benefit From Lunges Lunges have been at the foundation of my GPP (General Physical Preparedness) work for quite some time....
By: Cory Gregory
The glutes and hamstrings are the powerhouses of athletic performance. Developing these muscles will not only make you more explosive, but they also...
By: Detric Smith
Latest Videos in Lower Body
Pro Bowl running back Latavius Murray uses the Vertimax and a 300-pound tractor tire to run through a variety of intense drills.
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Braxton Miller, Will Fuller and other Houston Texans rookies perform a series of exercises that builds explosive glute strength.
The Houston Texans rookies perform Dumbbell Shoulder Raises and Calf Raises at the end of an off-season workout.