Physioball Articles

Whether you play basketball, football or baseball, you've likely seen a physioball in your school's gym. But how can you get the most out of this piece of exercise equipment? STACK has workout routines, exercises and tips from elite athletes using the physioball in all sports, so whether you want to be like Dwight Freeney or Carmelo Anthony, we've got what you're looking for.

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Build Core Strength With Tactile Sensing

Athletes often have it all wrong when it comes to core training. They haphazardly dabble with a few Crunches, Sit-Ups, Side Bends and Oblique Twis...

Golfers: Prevent Common Injuries With These Exercises

Golf isn't often associated with major injuries, but the explosive nature of the swing can take a serious toll on the body. To prevent injury, you...

The Ultimate Push-Up Workout Plan

Guys seem to get a testosterone rush from the Bench Press. But often the compulsion to press maximum weight leads athletes to compromise their shoul...

4 Keys to Building Football Speed

Speed is the ultimate measurable in football. At the NFL Combine, one tenth of a second in the 40-Yard Dash can determine whether a player gets draf...

Push-Up Workout to Build Needed Baseball Muscle

During the transition from off-season to in-season, baseball players have a tendency to either go too heavy or too light with their workout loads. T...

Optimize Your Upper-Body Workouts With These Push-Up Variations

Tired of doing the same old military style Push-Ups? If you are focusing on a bodyweight workout program, they can get boring and mundane pretty qui...

The Ripped Lower-Ab Workout

To get a true six-pack—one where even those hard-to-define lower abs look nice and cut—you need to work your abs in more ways than one. Standard...

The 225-Rep Bodyweight Workout

I train hundreds of athletes, including many collegiate and professional athletes. And some of these folks can move a lot of weight. However, body...

Get Faster and Prevent Injury With 3 Hamstring Exercises

As a runner, your two training goals should be to get faster and reduce the risk of injury. To accomplish both, you have to strengthen your hamstr...

5 Top Weight Room Exercises for Cross Country Runners

Running more than three miles at a competitive pace requires grueling effort, practice and discipline. When training for cross country, you need t...

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