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Check Out First Round NFL Draft Pick Laquon Treadwell's Crazy Receiving Drill

Ole Miss stud wide receiver Laquon Treadwell was taken no. 23 overall by the Minnesota Vikings in the 2016 NFL Draft, giving quarterback Teddy Bridg...

Get Fit on the Beach With This Sand Conditioning Workout

Sand training is one of the best ways for athletes to improve their overall conditioning. The soft surface from the sand provides a low impact surface...

Powerskating Playbook with Apex Skating: Learn a Proper Knee Bend to Skate Faster

Developing a strong knee bend is crucial to becoming a game­changing skater. Not only does it assist in maintaining optimal posture for injury...

How Andre Drummond Wins (Almost) Every Jump Ball

Any time you share a basketball court with LeBron James, it's hard to come in anywhere but second in terms of physical shape and athletic ability. B...

Former Baylor WR Corey Coleman Plans to Prove the Doubters Wrong

Corey Coleman has put himself in a great position leading up to the 2016 NFL Draft. The former Baylor wide receiver had a ridiculous 2015 season....

Train Like an NFL Player This Off-Season

What does it take to play in the NFL? A lot of hard work ,dedication , talent and a desire to always get better. The Super Bowl ends one season and...

In Defense of the Speed Ladder

The ladder, along with other "foot" quickness type tools, is a source of heated debate within the S&C community. Many claim the ladder to be the holy...

WATCH: Odell Beckham Jr.'s Cousin Terron Beckham Pulls a 4,800-Pound Hummer Across a Parking Lot

Weighted Sled Drives are a great drill to teach acceleration mechanics and lower-body strength. Most mortals perform them by pulling between 10 an...

5 Reasons Why You Should Train With Kettlebells

If you have not been training with kettlebells, where have you been? Kettlebells have been around for hundreds of years and by now almost every...

WATCH: 271-Pound Defensive Lineman Charles Tapper Breaks NFL Combine Record With a 4.59 40-Yard Dash

Photo via NFL Network Measuring 6-foot-3 and 271 pounds, former Oklahoma defensive lineman Charles Tapper is a big dude. For a prospect of his ...

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