Running Back

If you play in the backfield, you need to develop lower-body power and game-breaking speed. STACK has workouts from NFL running backs like Reggie Bush, Ryan Mathews and Chris Johnson and insider tips on how to play the position as well as how to prepare your body to competition. Whether it's lowering your 40-Yard Dash time, improving flexibility or lifting more weight, STACK can help you reach your goals and become a franchise running back.

Latest in Running Back

How Ryan Mathews Returned to Highlight Reel Status

The San Diego Chargers finally discovered a cure for their sluggish rushing attack—a healthy Ryan Mathews dishing out steady doses of punishing,...

By: Zac Clark

4 Drills That'll Help You Become an Elite Running Back

To be an elite running back, you must be able to do it all. An RB who can help with pass protection, avoid turnovers and reliably catch the ball is mu...

By: Brandon Hall

4 Running Back Agility Drills Young Athletes Should Master

4 Running Back Agility Drills that can make every young player more elusive on the field.

By: Jim Carpentier

Running Back Drills: Hit the Right Hole

Many football players that play running back have the intangibles to play the position. They are fast, strong, quick, and powerful but there is a couple...

By: Chris Tamez

2 Killer Workouts for Running Backs

Getting thrown for a loss on a sweep play or getting pushed back on fourth and inches at the goal line are every offense's nightmare. As your team...

By: Jim Carpentier

Latest Videos in Running Back

Off-Season Training Tips from NFL Running Back Steven Jackson

Atlanta Falcons RB Steven Jackson has dedicated himself to an intense off-season training regimen. Now 31, Jackson focuses on staying explosive regardless of his age and competition.

How Ryan Mathews Returned to Highlight-Reel Status

Learn the drill San Diego Chargers RB Ryan Mathews uses to improve his balance and body mechanics.

Breaking Down Eddie Lacy's Untacklable Performance

Discover the drill that helped lay the groundwork for Eddie Lacy's aggressive downhill running style.

Maurice Jones-Drew Hurdle Mobility Series

NFL All-Pro running back Maurice Jones-Drew demonstrates his hurdle mobility series during an off-season workout.

Path to the Pros 2013: Eddie Lacy

University of Alabama running back Eddie Lacy talks about his experience of winning back-to-back national championships and playing with Trent Richardson and Mark Ingram in this episode of Path to the Pros.