Strength Training Videos
Because muscular strength is a key driver of speed, power and athletic performance, elite athletes regularly perform workouts with the goal to improve their strength. Such workouts improve muscle size, mass, strength and power, while also helping to prevent injury. Strength training exercises typically involve pushing, pulling or lifting external weight in the form of barbells, dumbbells, kettlebells and med balls. Bodyweight and resistance band exercises are also effective. Athletes generally target the muscles of the lower body, upper body and core that are used in competition. Find advice about the best ways to increase strength from today's top coaches and elite athletes.
NFL cornerback Obi Melifonwu destroyed the NFL Combine with a 4.40 40-Yard Dash and a 44-inch Vertical Jump. Here's an inside look at how he hones his extraordinary athleticism.
Legendary golf performance coach “Joey D” Diovisalvi talks about the evolution of golf.
Boyd Epley, assistant athletic director for strength and conditioning at Nebraska, talks about the mistakes that high school athletes make with their training.
Crush Your Workouts With Tips From Brady Collins, Strength Coach for the University of Cincinnati Football Team
Brady Collins explains the type of mindset athletes need in the weight room to get results.
Bengals strength coach Chip Morton talks about how his athletes approach their offseason training program.
Lon Record discusses Hammer Strength's approach to athletic development.
Strength coach Mike Anderson explains everything you need to know to perform a Power Clean with perfect technique.
Learn how to perform the Clean and Jerk properly with tips from strength coach Mike Anderson.
These two mobility drills will fix hip pinching or pain when squatting.
Myles Garrett shows off his incredible strength and Herculean physique while performing a set of Barbell Rows with 315 pounds.