Whether you want to get bigger or faster, strength training is an important tool for all athletes to use to help them improve their in-game performance. Lifting weights and supplying your body with proper nutrition and plenty of protein allows for your muscles to grow, which can help provide an edge over the competition. Read up on the latest workouts, trends and tips while you catch up on top NFL, MLB and NBA athletes demonstrating their routines.
Latest in Strength Training
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By: Dan Garner
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By: Brandon Hall
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By: Kevin Warren
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Latest Videos in Strength Training
NBA D-League forward Alex Davis strengthens his core with Knee Tuck variations.
Alex Davis of the Erie Bayhawks performs a superset of BOSU Ball Dumbbell Squat to Press and Pull-Ups for upper-body strength.
Strong hands are crucial for NFL wide receivers. Travis Benjamin provides some tips on how to build a stronger grip.
NFL wide receiver Travis Benjamin describes the weight room routine he follows to build his rock-solid core.
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