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How to Get Faster With Mini-Hurdle Drills

Mini-hurdle drills are one of the best tools for getting faster and more explosive. That is if they're done right. Too often athletes will do mini-...

By: Andy Haley

2 Brutal Basketball Conditioning Drills to Get in Shape Fast

To be in shape for games, basketball players must condition themselves for long-lasting endurance. (See Three Ways to Get in Basketball Shape.) This...

By: Mike Meister

4 Football Conditioning Drills That Work

One football tradition that will never die is good old fashioned team rivalries. But America's favorite sport has evolved. It is a faster, more expl...

By: Ryan Sprague

The 4 Fundamentals of Hitting a Baseball

The three body parts that are the keys to a great hitting technique Feet (control the balance) The feet are the foundation for the hitter. The stance...

By: Brian Smith

Learn Basketball Layups, Part 6: The Backhand Reverse Layup

Ok folks, here it is. The last of the basic layups in our series on Mastering Basketball Layups before you move on to the advanced finishing moves...

By: Mike Meister

Latest Videos in Drill

How NFL OT Russell Okung Develops Quick Feet

In this football training video, NFL OT Russell Okung performs a Quick Feet drill to improve his footwork and coordination.

Ndamukong Rising: The 40-Yard Dash

In this second installment tracing Ndamukong Suh's journey to the NFL, the hardworking Suh preps for the combine by tackling his 40-yard dash time with coaching by Lance Walker at the Michael Johnson Performance Center.

UCLA Women’s Soccer Fusion Agility Drill

As part of their agility training routine in the off-season, the UCLA women’s soccer team performs the Fusion Agility Drill while assistant strength and conditioning coach Craig Sowers discusses some of the key points for performing the drill.

University of Florida Volleyball 7 Cone Weave

UF strength and conditioning coach Matt DeLancey serves up a drill the Gators use to increase lateral footwork and change-of-direction ability

University of Florida Volleyball Reaction Drill

UF strength and conditioning coach Matt DeLancey provides a drill the Gators use to enhance volleyball-specific footwork, agility, and reaction time