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Build a Better Body With These 7 Swiss Ball Exercises

Swiss Balls are a tremendous training tool. When used correctly, these simple spheres can help build a stronger, leaner and more resilient body. Th...

LeBron's Secret to Being Better Than Ever in Season 15? Superhuman Core Strength

With his recent play, 33-year-old LeBron James has ascended to yet another level of basketball greatness. He may soon find himself in a stratosphere w...

4 Exercises for Better Throwing and Striking

Athletes are always looking for ways to use the weight room to improve their athleticism. With regards to throwing and striking, elevating our movemen...

Add Instability to Dead Bugs to Increase Core Strength

Strengthening your core is a hard while trying to coordinate your limbs simultaneously up, down-and-out all the while keeping your chin pulled in and...

An Athlete's Guide to LeBron's Off-Court Workouts

The physical abilities that LeBron James has displayed on the basketball court throughout his life have made it clear that he is one of the greatest a...

Add Chest Size with These Swiss Ball and Med Ball Exercises

Add Chest Size with These Swiss Ball and Med Ball Exercises By Jim Carpentier, CSCS Enter any weight room and the Bench Press is generally the go-to...

At-Home Physioball Workout with WNBA Star Tiffany Mitchell

As you know, I have been living in Russia for the past 7 months, and there isn't a lot to do for entertainment. My entertainment 90 percent of the...

5 Tips for Faster Flip Turns

When swimmers think about improving performance the conversation tends to steer towards conditioning. More meters, more yardage, more sessions. But...

Improve Your Reaction Time by Adding Exercise Balls to Your Football Drills

Exercise balls and it's use in a fitness program has been proven on various levels to increase stability, posture and various stretching techniques to...

Determining Whether You Should Train for Balance or Stability

Repeatedly in the training world, we see the addition of an unstable surface as a means to make an exercise more 'functional'. But what is the real...

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