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Foam Rolling Techniques to Fix Every Trouble Spot on Your Body

Foam rolling has made it mainstream. There is no question that the benefits of the technique have resonated with athletes of all ages and skill levels....

6-Foot-7, 282-Pound Yankees Rookie Aaron Judge Is Absolutely Demolishing Baseballs

Aaron Judge is enormous. The 24-year-old rookie right fielder for the New York Yankees measures 6-foot-7, 282 pounds. That's freakish size for an N...

Rotational Chops: The Key to Increasing Your Throwing and Swinging Power

In order to improve rotational power, which is essential for any rotational athlete (that includes you who only plays golf on weekends), it has to first...

Hip Thrust: The Most Important Exercise You're Not Doing

How to Hip Thrust for Maximal Performance There are four leg exercises that every athlete should be doing: Squats, Dead Lifts, and Bulgarian Split...

4 Football Conditioning Drills That Work

One football tradition that will never die is good old fashioned team rivalries. But America's favorite sport has evolved. It is a faster, more expl...

These Do's and Don'ts of Resting Between Sets Will Maximize Your Workout

Training for strength requires long rest times. Your muscles need 3 to 5 minutes to recover after you lift near your max to prevent fatigue from impai...

This High-Tech Tool is Helping Athletes Get More Explosive

Training is typically about how much weight you can lift. Problem is, strength doesn't guarantee that you'll be a good athlete. No doubt it's import...

Learn Basketball Layups, Part 3: The Power Layup

Ok folks, we're moving along here in our series on how to master basketball layups. By now you should have seen our step-by-step guides to the Ov...

Why Baseball Players Need to Prioritize Back Strength

There are two very important reasons for baseball players to include back training into their strength and conditioning program – injury prevention and...

This Training Mistake Ruins Your Explosiveness

We all reach plateaus in our training. The more advanced we become, the more likely our progress is to stagnate. We think endlessly about why we're...

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