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Use Pre-Exhaustion Supersets to Get Stronger

One question that strength coaches constantly get is: how do I push through a plateau. There are lots of ways to train around your main lifts to improve...

Mastering the Art of the Overhead Press

The overhead press has been given the short end of the stick far too often when it comes to exercises that are worth your while. Granted, there are a...

Basketball Off-Season Workout: Strength and Size

If you've spent any time talking with a strength coach—or browsing the articles on STACK.com—you understand that it's critical to focus your train...

Off-Season Workout Program for Basketball Centers

To dominate in the paint, basketball centers must be big, strong and have a high vertical jump. They must also have the endurance to run from hoop to ...

Use Lateral Raises to Build Shredded Shoulders (with Variations and Form Fixes)

The Lateral Raise is a popular exercise that builds larger deltoids, which are the rounded muscles on the top of your arms at your shoulders. It's a s...

How to Perform Back Extensions Correctly to Improve Sports Performance and Prevent Back Injuries

A strong posterior chain is a must in athletics and should be a focus of the everyday gym goer as well. Building a strong posterior will improve overall...

How Supersets Might Be Sabotaging Your Max Strength and Power

Supersets, tri-sets and giant sets have become staples in many strength and conditioning programs, and for good reasons. First, pairing exercises...

Train With SPRI's Long-Lasting Braided Resistance Bands

Resistance bands have become essential equipment for any athlete looking to avoid plateaus in his or her workout . Unfortunately, the tubing tends...

5 Simple Knee Injury Prevention Exercises

It's easy to take your knees for granted. They support your entire body and allow you to take thousands of steps every day. For athletes, they withsta...

An Athlete's Guide to Building Muscle

At this point there is so much literature on building muscle or hypertrophy development, although, I don't believe there is a definitive guide for...

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