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Execute burpees with caution and care and you can take your training to the next level.
While strength is definitely important and should be part of any runner’s off-season programming, so is the ability to develop power.
Among all the ingredients for performance, nothing sharpens the blade like adding velocity and acceleration.
These tips help NFL Combine hopefuls (and you) take flight on the vertical and broad jump.
If the swing and get up can improve the impressive balance of ballet dancers, chances are kettlebells can do the same for you.
Plyometrics can enhance explosiveness, power, and body control. Here's how to maximize effectiveness and safety.
The backflip is a cool stunt - and also ideal to train body awareness and athletic power.
If you want to improve agility, mobility, and athleticism, learn the back handspring.
Strength from the the kettlebell swing improves deadlifting, squatting, and even weightlifting.
Runners who perform plyometric exercises run faster and more economically than those who don’t.
Bands are much like drugs - once you get hooked, it is difficult to get off them.
Does the front of your knee hurt? These solutions need no fancy equipment, and will get you back to setting personal records.
Have you ever wanted to learn parkour? Let Al show you the best way to leap into this athletic practice with precision jumping!
A new study explores the athletic traits needed for jump performance.
We all know a good coach makes a huge difference. A new study dives into the specifics of coaching cues.
A new study suggests jumping and fatigue don't mix, and may even increase the risk of injury.
Working to develop explosive leg strength is the most surefire way to increase your jumping ability. Here are three skills derived from parkour that are also great for building explosive leg strength: