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Improve Reaction Time for Tennis With Three-Ball Drill

One of the most difficult parts of being a tennis player is training the body to move quickly from sideline to sideline. Cardio routines and stren...

Try Premier Volleyball's Advanced Setting Technique

Setting the table for your team's hardest-hitting attacker involves more than simply moving under the volleyball and haphazardly passing it in her dir...

Styling and Profiling: LRG 2011 Fall Video Lookbook

To many of us, it feels like summer has just arrived. But, to fashion-minded athletes who have to think one step ahead, it's time to start gearing...

Develop Drop and Drive Defensive Movements for Volleyball

You're facing a towering attacker who is killing cross-court shots at an alarming rate. The only thing standing between her heat-seeking missiles and ...

Agility Training: Set Up Progressions for Reaction Success

Agility training is more than setting up a few cones and running around the field. You wouldn't go into the weight room and slap on a few random p...

Enhance Outfield Reaction Time With Blind Ball Drills

An outstanding outfielder is one who "moves at full speed while judging the ball on the run," says John Rittman, head coach of Stanford University's...

Improve Your Weak Hand Dribbling Skills

For most basketball players, the season has come to an end. But there's no better time than the off-season to work on areas of your game that need imp...

Exercise of the Week: Tennis Ball Reaction Drill

Speed is important, but there are only a few instances in a game when you actually reach top speed. Instead of working just on speed, focus on develop...

Thursday Tech Roundup: Treadmill Desk

Have you ever wanted to study and train at the same time? Turns out you can with TrekDesk, a new technology that adds a desk to your treadmill. ...

Fight Counter-Rotation With Rodney Martin

Did you know that when you run, the surface of the track releases energy that can affect your performance? It's called counter-rotation, and it happen...

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