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'Pitch Perfect 2' Headed to Theaters This Spring

Pitch Perfect 2, the sequel to the popular 2012 musical, is on its way to theaters. The new installment raises the stakes, as the all-girl collegiate ...

Connective Tissue: The Key to Preventing ACL Injuries

The Anterior Cruciate Ligament, or ACL, is the last thing you want to hear your doctor tell you that is injured. Even though you can live life without...

3 Moves You Need to Ditch in Favor of Compound Strength Exercises

The days of training your upper body one day and lower body the next day are over. Training muscles in isolation don't make better athletes because body...

Troubleshoot Your Back Squat

The back squat is one of the most important exercises that an athlete can perform. It requires the upper body and core to stabilize the weight, develops...

Build Strength for Baseball and Softball Speed

Speed by definition is stride length multiplied by stride frequency. Strength combined with speed is the key to being an elite softball and baseball...

Why a Sports Hernia Won't Ruin Jadeveon Clowney's Rookie Season

Jadeveon Clowney, the number one overall pick in the 2014 draft, signed his contract on June 6th, one of the fastest such signings of a first pick in...

STACK Challenge: 60,000 Pounds in 60 Minutes

Every week, a new STACK Challenge gives you an opportunity to test your athletic ability and win a STACK T-shirt. Take the challenge and enter to...

Get More Explosive on the Football Field With This Hip and Hamstring Workout

Hip and hamstring training for high school football players is of utmost importance. There is undoubtedly no more important area of a football player's...

3 Tricks for Better Ab Training

I've probably seen 5 people throughout my life train their core in a correct manner. Not because so many choose bad exercises or anything, but because...

Got Shoulder Problems? Never Do These Exercises

Shoulder problems? Be careful of these shoulder exercises: Bench Dips, Incline Bench Press and Lateral Raises. Before I get into why to avoid these...

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