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Cardale Jones's NFL Combine Ends Prematurely After He Pulls His Hamstring Running the 40-Yard Dash

Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones got off to a great start at the NFL Scouting Combine by posting an official 4.81-second 40-Yard Dash. For a guy...

Develop Game-Breaking Speed With Resisted Speed Training

Training for Acceleration There are a variety of drills that can be used to reinforce proper mechanics and emphasize the drive phase (acceleration...

Bill Belichick Is Wrong: Here's Why Combine Training Makes You a Better Football Player

If you haven't yet heard Bill Belichick's thoughts on combine training, here's the gist: He thinks it's a gigantic waste of time. Last week on NESN, t...

WATCH: Jameis Winston Is Working Out With Michael Jordan's Trainer

Plenty of adjectives accurately describe Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston, but "svelte" is not one one of them. Winston's body comp...

4 Soccer Drills You Can Do On Your Own Anywhere

Solo Soccer Drills You Can Do At Home In a sport like soccer that requires a high level of dexterity, training on your own is a fool-proof way to...

Bill Belichick is Not a Big Fan of NFL Combine-Specific Training

With the NFL Combine less than a week away, pro football prospects around the country are putting in work training for the 40-Yard Dash, Three-Cone ...

Biggest Blowout Ever? Girls High School Basketball Playoff Game Ends, 108-1

You've probably been on the wrong side of a blowout at some point in your athletic career. If you play sports long enough, it's bound to happen even...

3 Steps to Big Hang Cleans

Over the years I have been convinced that Hang Cleans are a staple lift if you want to develop power and strength. Early on in my coaching career I...

How to Master the 2-1-2 Zone Defense

The 2-1-2 zone defense is a popular one in basketball, particularly for youth basketball. In this defense, the player are essentially set up in an "x"...

The Carolina Panthers Defense Held the Broncos to Their Lowest Offensive Total Since 2003—And Still Lost

The NFL has gone high-tech. New for the 2015 season, every player has a tracker embedded in his shoulder pads that collects data like velocity, dist...

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