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3 Steps to Help Young Athletes Get Fast, Faster

If you train athletes, then you know Ball is Life. That's to say playing the sport is frequently prioritized over preparing to play the sport. Of c...

By: Ryan Patrick

6 Upper-Body Exercises to Help Make You Faster

Running as a sport is different than running as part of a sport. It's the difference of unhindered straightaway running compared to multiple direction...

By: Ryan Patrick

Why Strength Is the Missing Element in Your Speed Workouts

Why Strength is the Missing Element in Your Speed Workouts

By: Rick Scarpulla

Fix 3 Common Acceleration Mistakes to Get Faster

Sport speed is all about being able to accelerate as quickly as possible, the first few steps an athlete takes will often dictate whether or not they...

By: Joel Smith

The No. 1 Cause of Hamstring Injuries and How To Prevent It

A hamstring injury might seem like something an athlete can recover from quickly. But this common injury can sideline you for several weeks and beco...

By: Andy Haley

Latest Videos in Speed And Strength

Reebok Presents: The World's Fastest Feet

Luis Badillo Jr. shows off his incredibly fast feet in this amazing new spot for the Reebok Fast Flexweave.

2017 Path to the Pros: The Fastest Guys in the Draft

Get to know the fastest players in this year’s NFL Draft, including Washington WR John Ross, who just broke the NFL Combine 40 Record with a blazing 4.22.

Game Changers: Can VKTRY's "Performance-Enhancing" Insoles Really Make You a More Explosive Athlete?

VKTRY's VK insoles have been found in studies to make athletes run faster, jump higher and change directions quicker. STACK puts them to the test.

Pro Bowl Running Back Latavius Murray’s Dodge Ball Agility Drill For Elite Reaction Time and Cutting Ability

NFL running back Latavius Murray performs a dodge ball agility drill with his performance coach Vincent Scollo.

How J.J. Watt Prepares for Speed Workouts

Brad Arnett, J.J. Watt's strength coach, explains how to perform a movement prep warm-up that prevents injury and improves speed.