Stability and Balance
If you want to run faster, jump higher or throw harder, training stability and balance must be a top priority in your workout program. That's because every action and movement in sports involves an element of stability and balance. For example, stabilizing on a single leg when running, jumping or kicking, or controlling your body while drawing contact when driving to the net. Make the most of your workouts by incorporating balance and stability exercises into your training routine. Learn how with the foremost information from STACK's network of experts and elite athletes.
Latest in Stability and Balance
"Anti-core training" is a massively important piece of the athletic development puzzle. The term "anti" refers to the resisting of lumbar flexion, ...
By: Justin Ochoa
Pistol Squats are a very difficult but equally rewarding bodyweight exercise. Pistol Squats are a great unilateral exercise that require strength, sta...
For many athletes, balance training means BOSU balls, stability balls and a variety of awkward-looking tasks performed on wobbly implements. Howeve...
By: Jake Tuura
Bicep Curls don't have a huge impact on sports performance. This should not come as Earth-shattering news to you. However, they do serve some pu...
By: Brandon Hall
Squatting is a necessity for athletes. It's a key movement pattern that must be trained to maximize strength, speed and power. But there's more tha...
By: Kevin Warren
Latest Videos in Stability and Balance
In this field hockey training video, Tim Robertson of Speed Strength Systems explains how to perform the Dumbbell Reverse Lunge With Twist and reveals why this exercise increases shooting power.
Tim Robertson, Speed Strength Systems owner, explains how to perform the Single-Arm, Single-Leg Cable Row and how it improves overall strength and stability for women's lacrosse.
Tim Robertson, Speed Strength Systems owner, explains how to perform the Physioball Jackknife With Push-Up and reveals why this exercise results in improved field hockey performance by building core and upper-body strength.
NFL Pro Bowl quarterback Vince Young uses the Single-Leg BOSU Balance With Bodyblade to improve his balance and shoulder strength in an effort to increase his throwing velocity.
Use these tough ab exercises to improve core stability so you can resist movement that may cause injury and improve your burst of speed by having a solid core.