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Jump Higher With These 10 Tips You've Never Tried Before

For some athletes, vertical jump height is a major pain point. Everyone wants to jump higher, and when no one's proud of a weak vert. Those ...

Hockey Players: Fix Your Bad Hips With These 3 Mobility Exercises

Tight, immobile hips bother practically every hockey player at all levels of competition. Being tight in the front of your hips can lead to a bunch...

Unlock Elite Athletic Performance With These 6 Hip-Strengthening Exercises

Your hips don't lie. When it comes to sports, everything originates from the hips. Whether you are running, jumping or rotating, the hips are alway...

3 Box Jump Variations That Build Explosive Power

The box jump is one of the most well-known and widely used exercises in existence to try and increase athletic performance. You can walk into any gym...

James Harrison Is Now Hip Thrusting Almost 700 Pounds, And The Entire NFL Should Be Terrified

We get it, James Harrison—you work out. Earlier today, the Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker posted yet another insane training video, which shows ...

5 Core Exercises for Advanced Athletes

Core training is one of the most popular terms you will hear thrown around by coaches and athletes, yet many do not fully understand the actual function...

Front Squat 101: How to Master The Move in 5 Minutes

The Front Squat is a lower-body exercise that will strengthen your legs and hips, particularly your quads (thigh muscles) and glutes (butt muscles). ...

A Treatment for Tight Hip Flexors That Works Better Than Stretching

It's no secret that more and more people are actually starting to pay attention to their cranky hip flexors. Since sitting has been dubbed "the new...

How J.J. Watt Keeps His Hamstrings Healthy

You're sprinting full speed and suddenly the back of your leg starts screaming in pain. You immediately know what the problem is. That damn hamstri...

Half-Kneeling Exercises Will Improve Your Strength, Speed and Agility

If you are not familiar with half-kneeling training, odds are you are missing out on a lot of training benefits either as a strength coach or an...

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