Medicine Ball Exercises
Medicine Ball Training for Athletes
If you look around your gym, you might see medicine balls piled in a corner. Over the last two decades, they have made a resurgence as coaches have found them [...]
An 8-Week Training Program for a Higher Vertical Jump
The vertical jump is a benchmark test to help determine athleticism and power. In addition to helping to determine athleticism and power, it is also a...
5 Dynamic Balance Moves to Benefit Any Athlete
When an athlete thinks of strength and conditioning training for their sport, the typical elements come to mind: resistance training, cardio, core work, plyometrics, agility, and sport-specific drills. Often overlooked [...]
The Windmill Exercise: A Perfect Screening Tool
The Windmill exercise is the perfect movement to share with your clients. Typically, it will be programmed as a warm-up, mobility drill, or tertiary activity to compliment your primary lifts. [...]
How to Build Power as a Beginner
Power is among the most desired qualities when it comes to athletic performance. The question is, how do we train it? And how do we do so safely with our [...]
Build Explosive Power With A Medicine Ball
There is a potent formula of precision and accuracy when training with a medicine ball, allowing the athlete to generate as much power as possible to execute their sport effectively.
Medicine Ball Exercises for Youth Athletes
Medicine ball exercises are great tools for improving force production and reinforce stability within specific planes of movement. In order to get the...
Benefits of the Bird Dog Exercise
The quadruped bird dog exercise is a great movement for improving core stability and spinal rigidity. Performing it on a bench produces even greater...
5 Medicine Ball Exercises for Developing Power
Time to get explosive! Medicine balls come in a variety of weights and sizes, making them a perfect tool for athletes of any age or size. These weighted spheres are [...]
4 Conditioning Methods that are Better Than Running
If you play a sport that relies on power and short bursts of activity (like football, baseball, softball or volleyball) and you're still running mile after mile at a slow [...]