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How to Perform Heavy Single-Leg RDLs for a Strong Lower Body

Single Leg Work also increases the Rate of Force Production in conjunction with power output. Single leg work is valuable since you are normally using...

Your 4-Step Guide to Building Explosive Power

Developing power is crucial to your success as an athlete. With all of the tools and programs available on the internet, it's easy to get confused when...

3 Keys to Increase Your Pitching Velocity

Every pitcher can benefit from being able to throw the baseball with more velocity. It can really make the pitcher more valuable to the team as well as...

5 Workouts to Increase Your Vertical Jump

A good vertical jump can give you an immense advantage in athletics, particularly in basketball, where a strong and powerful jump can be the difference...

3 Hip Stability Exercises That Create a Foundation for Strength and Speed

Just about every competitive athlete knows about the benefits of powerful hip strength. These movements include the squat, deadlift, clean, snatch, push...

The Single-Leg RDL: How to Perform It, Common Mistakes and Advanced Variations

The Single-Leg RDL is a potent exercise. For athletes, it develops the single-leg strength needed to be explosive off both legs when sprinting, jum...

Use Pause Lifts to Increase Strength And Power

Pause lifts are a great way to help you burst through strength plateaus. Not only do they strengthen your lifts, but they force you to develop eccentric...

5 Hockey Lower-Body Exercises That Improve Skating Speed

There seems to be a common fault that hockey players exhibit in their skating stride. Their skating stride is too shallow which robs the player of their...

How the Houston Texans Rookies Are Training for the 2016 NFL Season

2-14, 9-7 and 9-7 Those are the won-loss records of the Houston Texans over the past three NFL seasons. Anchored by a ferocious defense led by perenn...

The Single-Leg Kettlebell Swap Is the Most Important Exercise You're Not Doing

Improving foot, ankle, and hip function is something I work quite extensively on with my athletes and clients. One exercise I use on a consistent basis...

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