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Inside the Revolutionary Treadmill That's Helping Players Destroy the NFL Combine

Jacoby Ford's 4.28. Phillip Dorsett's 4.33. Travis Benjamin's 4.36. Vic Beasley's 4.53 at 246 pounds. Those are just some of the NFL C...

Can These 'Performance-Enhancing' Insoles Really Make You Sprint Faster and Jump Higher?

Imagine an insole that can make you run faster, jump higher and change directions quicker. Not only that, it makes you less likely to sustain the ...

Why Regressions Are the Real Secret to Getting Bigger, Stronger and Faster

When young athletes first venture into the weight room, many of them perform lifts they aren't ready for with more weight than they should be using. T...

How to Train (and Look) Like an Olympic Decathlete

Pop quiz: which sport will have the greatest athletes facing off during the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio? Basketball? Swimming? Nope. For our money...

New Study Finds That Athletes Lacking This Elusive Vitamin Are Weaker, Slower and Less Explosive

A new study from the University of Tulsa has found that low levels of vitamin D can lead to a significant drop-off in athletic performance. The...

Do the Pro Agility Shuttle to Build Multi-Directional Speed

Pro Agility Drill (5-10-5) Not only is the Pro Agility a test to measure change of direction (COD) speed, it can also be utilized as a great drill for...

Six-Pack for Speed: 5 Core Exercises That Can Make You Faster

If you think of your body as a giant chain, your core is the center link that holds everything together. Without a strong and stable core, power c...

Speed Drill of the Day: Test Yourself with the 5-10-5 Shuttle Drill

The ability to cover ground quickly defines speed. But when you're playing your sport (unless you're a sprinter), chances are you won't be running...

Speed Drill of the Day: Build Agility and Body Control with the T-Drill

The ability to stop and change directions quickly is critical to athletic success. The T-Drill is a simple cone drill that hones your ability to g...

Speed Drill of the Day: Increase Your Strength and Stability with Single-Leg Mini-Hurdle Jumps

Standing on one leg is often thought to be a vulnerable position. It challenges your balance and generally makes athletic tasks more difficult. Ho...

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