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Oregon State's Linear and On-Field Speed Training

"There is a misconception that football players should only train on-field speed," says Bryan Miller, Oregon State University's director of streng...

Backpedaling Basics

Whether you're on a field, diamond, court or frozen pond, you must be able to move backward as fluidly and as quickly as you move forward. To improve ...

Lacrosse Agility with Paul Rabil

Paul Rabil burst onto the scene a little over four years ago, and he has been a colossal contributor to the lacrosse revolution ever since. Combine hi...

Developing a Rhythm for Hurdles

You don't need to be a rocket scientist to realize that the fewer strides you take during a hurdle race, the better chance you have to run fast.   ...

Nnamdi Asomugha's Agility Awareness Drill

To the casual NFL fan, the name "Nnamdi Asomugha" may not register. Even hardcore football fanatics might recognize the Oakland Raider cornerback only...

Agility for Infielders

Complete this sentence: Bat is to ball as _____ is to agility. The answer: speed. For a hitter to be successful, he has to connect the bat to the bal...

Shooting Accuracy with the Rochester Rattlers

There's nothing wrong with tossing the ball around with your lax buddies. But Bill Warder, assistant coach of the MLL Rochester Rattlers, suggests pi...

In-Season Conditioning with TCU Football

My biggest thing is making sure that our guys aren't tired during practice, so they can think and learn, which is why we do most of our conditioning d...

Dribbling Drill for Basketball

By Scott Mackar Getting up and down the court with ease, like Mike Bibby does, is something every baller should work on. Al Biancani, owner of Bianca...

Multi-Directional Movement with Clemson Soccer

Clemson women's soccer knows about speed. Besides playing a rugged ACC schedule year in and year out, they've made an appearance in six consecutive N...

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