leg strength

So you've "gotta get that upper-body pump in." Wonderful. Go for it, but what about your lower body development?
I don’t know if compression socks would have helped me with my injury, but what I do know is that, as a runner, I needed to spend some thought and time on lower leg and foot care
We've all seen those funny images of guys and girls with huge upper bodies and scrawny legs, and we all know that skipping leg day can lead to serious musculature imbalances. But did you know...
Understand weight ratios and frequency of lifting between front and back squats. Make your clean and jerk roar.
Shock absorbers built into the sole of your shoes may not be doing you any good.
Don't be one of those globo gym rats looking like Johnny Bravo. It's time to do your leg work and strengthen your lower body for your sports. Here are 7 short, simple, but challenging routines.
You can't get the most out of your legs if your movement patterns are wrong.
Practicing jumping outside of yoga will make the small jumps in your yoga practice lighter and easier.
These lower body workouts don't need any equipment except - you guessed it - your legs.
From increased stability to altering muscular force, these bodyweight movements should be part of every athlete's training.
Flexibility and leg strength are the keys to keeping your joints safe during landings of any sort.
You'll be a big fish in a little pond when you can crank out reps of the shrimp squat.
Ben shares four exercises to help you get in peak condition for snowboarding.
A new study suggests leg strength carries over into plyometrics, particularly while doing drop jumps. Female rugby players could also sustain their jumps for a longer period of time.
In this video, Ben demonstrates four single leg exercises variations, making use of kettlebells, a weight plate, a barbell, and a bench.
Place a cannon in a canoe. Shoot it, and only minimal distance will be achieved. Improve the strength of your lower body to optimize your launching ability.
This is a sequence of four poses intended to strengthen your hamstrings and stretch your hip flexors. This is an especially useful sequence for runners.