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Use Heavy Sled Pushes to Improve Acceleration

In team sport settings' acceleration is king for high level sports performance. It's typical in field based sports for athletes to intersperse repeat...

How to Improve Athleticism With Sand Workouts

Sand training can be a powerful training modality for enhancing performance when used correctly. Sand plyomtetrics and jump training has been show to...

Uncovering the Mystery Behind 'The Freeze' and How He Got So Damn Fast

Over the weekend, Atlanta Braves mascot "The Freeze" took the internet by storm. Between innings, the Braves feature 'Beat the Freeze,' where one ...

Tennessee Track Star Christian Coleman Just Ran the Fastest 100 Meters in NCAA History

Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver John Ross blew everyone's socks off at the 2017 NFL Combine when he ran the event's fastest 40-Yard Dash ever. After ...

Get in Shape for Your Season With This 12-Week Conditioning Plan

To compete with the best, you have to be in the absolute best shape. Increased conditioning levels will help the athlete maintain a high level of play...

Take This Simple Test to Measure Your Speed and Quickness

WHAT IS IT? Speed test. The 10 yd Sprint to Decel test gives athletes the ability to measure both linear acceleration and deceleration all in one test....

Introduction to Training With Logs

The Pet Log Training Series features an inexpensive (technically free) piece of nature to train with and just happens to be my favorite: A Log! Why the...

How to Supercharge Your Speed With Resistance Bands

Super Charge your SPEED Training with Banded Resistance Key Points Bands provide resistance throughout the full range of motion Training through...

Why Weak Feet and Ankles Can Ruin Your Strength and Speed (And How to Fix Them)

Let's face it: You never train your feet or ankles. That's not necessarily your fault, since the vast majority of training programs don't include foot...

Why Athletes Should Lift Like Powerlifters

Strength training is simply the ability of the body to develop more force in movement. This style of training is also most athletes' missing link to...