jumping

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:
You may be jumping on boxes, but are you doing it properly and safely? Let's break down this movement so you can become efficient and more powerful at it.
In the parkour community, broad jumps in which you land upright with minimal impact are known as “precision jumps.”
So your gym owner doesn’t believe in the importance of Olympic lifting or plyo boxes. Don’t worry there are still great ways to build explosiveness using bodyweight and things every gym has available.
A new study looks at the relationship between jumping power and run performance at various distances. Though ability varied between athletes, the relationship of jumping and running was solid.
The relationship between jumping ability and weightlifting performance is strong, but how do you build your jumping? Here are some drills appropriate for lifters of all ages and stages of development.
Developing jumping power is vital for many athletes, but is the push jerk a good way to do it? Science takes a look at the actual mechanics involved and says, maybe not.
A new training device, called the passive leg press, allows athletes to train eccentric and concentric movement and increase their contraction velocity, resulting in better power, speed, and jumping.