Speed is highly sought after in the athletic world. So we must understand what methods are most efficient in developing it.
Athletes rarely run a straight line in their sports. So how do you develop the ability to change direction?
Depth jumps are a risky way to train explosive strength. Today I'll show you how to use kettlebell swings to get the same benefits.
Most of us will benefit far more from learning how the pros got to where they are, rather than what they do now.
Want to use the same training method that works for Andy Bolton and Dr. Fred Hatfield?
A new study asked if exercise in the gym and power drills on the field are good ways to improve speed in elite level rugby players.
Most sports do not involve running fast in a straight line, but rather developing speed in a multi-directional way. Here's how you actually get faster for your sport.
Speed is a critical element of many sports and athletic disciplines. These eight articles on speed training will make you faster on the land or in water.
You see it in any and every athletic endeavor - speed is power. Muhammad Ali was great for most of his career because he was faster than his opponents with both his hands and his feet.
This week Coach Tom helps us figure out how to program workouts for a sport-specific athlete trying to build power and endurance. In this case it's tennis, but it could work for any sport.
Can strength training make you a faster sprinter? And is there a difference between the results in a recreational versus elite athlete? Find out what the researchers discovered.