In 2014, we added 2,643 articles to STACK.com. Most of them were useful, some were inspirational and a few were downright silly. We hope at least some of them helped you reach a new level in your sport this year.
STACK Expert Chip Smith has trained more NFL talent (over 300 current players) than anyone alive. In the Holiday issue of STACK Magazine, Smith shared the M.O.R.R. system he uses to help NFL stars get faster where it counts—on the field.
Earlier this year, Men's Health released their list of the 50 fittest male athletes in the world. Because STACK has spent time with many of them in the weight room, we were able to bring you behind the scenes to show you how the best in the world train.
Build your next plyo workout with this excellent resource from STACK Expert Andrew Meyers.
One of the most electric athletes in the world right now, Skylar Diggins is the first female athlete to be featured solo on a STACK Magazine cover. Our Holiday issue feature gets inside Diggins' head and reveals what makes her tick. It also brings you some of the WNBA star's favorite exercises and drills to help you become more skilled and explosive on the court.
College training facilities aren't just weight rooms and lockers anymore. With movie theaters, lazy rivers, climbing walls and underground practice fields, today's elite training facilities are off the charts in terms of amenities. In June, we brought you photos of the 17 craziest places where today's top college athletes are training.
Stop sabotaging your workouts in 2015 by eating smarter. In August, STACK's associate content director Andy Haley talked to six top nutritionists to find out what athletes were doing wrong in the kitchen and how they can get better results in the gym by making small dietary tweaks.
In October, reigning WNBA MVP Maya Moore told STACK about the amazing results she attained just by eliminating dairy and refined sugar from her diet. Check out the article for tips from Moore about sticking to the diet and one of her favorite recipes.
No time to work out? No equipment? No excuses with this workout from former Navy SEAL Brad McLeod. Use it in 2015 to get in shape wherever you are.
Our most viewed article in 2014 brought together six top trainers to debunk some of the most popular exercises out there. If you want better results, try the alternative moves they recommend.
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