Whether you're looking for plyometric workouts or traditional weight lifting advice, STACK has what you need to get more explosive. Discover in-depth routines which can help you develop more explosiveness as well as videos loaded with exercise instruction from some of the most dominant athletes in the game.
Latest in Explosive Training
Athletes who are interested in becoming more reactive and dynamic in sport need to make sure that their training programs reflect these traits. This m...
By: Adrian Guyer
In sports like basketball, soccer or hockey, acceleration and change-of-direction speed require more than just being big and strong. Lifting weights a...
By: Yunus Barisik
When training individuals of all populations and backgrounds, there should always be one main underlying objective: "Do no harm!" As fitness professio...
By: J.T. Kotowski
If you have experience with figure skating or have been watching the Winter Olympics, you'll know the sport requires explosive power combined with the...
By: Jordan Guilford
Dwight Freeney is still terrorizing quarterbacks. The 37-year-old defensive end recently signed with the Seattle Seahawks, and his debut proved he'...
By: Brandon Hall
Latest Videos in Explosive Training
The Lower-Body Resistance Band Circuit performed by NFL TE Ben Watson improves his ability to be explosive all game long.
NFL linebacker AJ Hawk performs a martial arts workout that mimics moves he uses on the field to develop quickness and explosiveness.
AJ Hawk, Green Bay Packers LB, improves his lower back and hip explosive strength with Explosive Med Ball Hypers.
To improve his reaction time, explosive speed and agility, Green Bay Packers LB AJ Hawk performs the Resisted/Assisted Reaction Series at D1.
See how AJ Hawk, Green Bay Packers LB, improves his upper body explosive strength at D1 Sports Training.