Sports

Each sport—STACK currently follows 17—requires a specific combination of Strength, Speed, Conditioning, Flexibility and Skills, so each demands a unique approach to training. A workout to improve baseball speed is different from one for basketball speed. To improve your performance, complete all workout plans and follow diet and hydration advice, all tailored to enhance the performance attributes demanded by your sport. Sport-specific training and nutrition advice comes from the top coaches and elite athletes.

Latest in Sports

Basketball Court Dimensions and Hoop Height: A Quick Guide

How Big is a Basketball Court? An NBA basketball court is 94 feet long and 50 feet wide. In meters, it's 28.65 m long and 15.24 m wide. The WNBA ...

By: Brandon Hall

Why Parents Need to Encourage Youth Athletes to Play Multiple Sports

When it comes to our kids, we want the best for them. If they are passionate about a sport, we'll do everything possible to help them reach their full...

By: Steve Olsen

Football Field Dimensions and Goal Post Sizes: A Quick Guide

In American football the standard field dimensions are 120 yards long and 53 1/3 yards wide. The last 10 yards of length on either end of the fiel...

By: Andy Haley

What is AAU Basketball?

What is AAU Basketball? Amateur Athletic Union basketball, better known as AAU basketball, is an amateur and youth sports organization. AAU hoops is...

By: Jordan Zirm

A Guide to Playing Four-Ball Golf

Golf is way more than just swinging the ball with the iron to put it in the hole, and who will understand that better than golfers themselves? But while...

By: Olivia Taylor

Latest Videos in Sports

STACK Sports Health: How to Treat Minor Sports Injuries on Your Own

Dr. Matt Stevens explains how athletes can treat minor injuries on their own.

STACK Sports Health: How to Rehab a Groin Pull

Dr. Matt Stevens provides a three-exercise strategy to rehab a groin injury.

STACK Sports Health: How to Treat a Stinger

Learn a five-step process that will help athletes recover from stinger injuries faster.

NFL Safety Tavon Wilson's Versatility Gives Him an Edge Over His Opponents

Watch NFL safety Tavon Wilson practice his coverage skills in the offseason, and learn how he works to become a better player on the field.

Christian McCaffrey Reveals The Sneaky Equipment Tricks His NFL Dad Taught Him

Ed McCaffrey was a Pro Bowl receiver for the Denver Broncos. He passed along some sneaky tricks to his son, Christian, that worked to great effect.