Strength Training

Whether you want to get bigger or faster, strength training is an important tool for all athletes to use to help them improve their in-game performance. Lifting weights and supplying your body with proper nutrition and plenty of protein allows for your muscles to grow, which can help provide an edge over the competition. Read up on the latest workouts, trends and tips while you catch up on top NFL, MLB and NBA athletes demonstrating their routines.

Latest in Strength Training

Saints Punter Thomas Morstead Shatters Kicker Stereotypes With His 150-Pound Dumbbell Bench Press

Message to NFL punt returners—watch out for Thomas Morstead. Measuring 6-foot-4, 235 pounds, the New Orleans Saints punter is built more like a li...

By: Brandon Hall

4 Speed Training Myths That Are Slowing You Down

Speed training is one of the most butchered types of performance training. Old-school methods and strategies that aren't supported by science are still...

By: Travis Hansen

How This Type of Weightlifting Will Make You Sprint Faster

Force-Vector training takes into account each exercise's direction of resistance. For sports performance, force vector training is a beneficial strategy...

By: Erick Avila

The Ultimate Football Warm-Up

A gym full of the NFL's top talent sweats around trainer Todd Durkin. To the right, a Super Bowl MVP drives his knee into the air as he skips acros...

By: Brian Sabin

This Partner Workout Will Get You (and Your Partner) Strong and Jacked

Life is better when you have a workout partner. The drive to the gym is easier, you have somebody side by side who is going through the same torture....

By: Ben Boudro