Lower Body Videos
Power starts from the ground up, so it's important for athletes to train their lower body with complex movements that tax different muscle groups in various ways. Whether you're trying to Squat more or just looking for more exercises to add to your routine, we've got plenty of specifics to help you learn why training your lower body is important and tips for how to do it more effectively.
Improving speed and endurance with the Glute Ham Raise has helped Steven Jackson ascend to the ranks of the elite running backs in the NFL.
MLB All-Star Adrian Gonzalez flips a heavy tire to build lower-body strength and power, with coaching from strength coach Tom Green.
In this golf training video, professional golfer and PGA Tour star Stewart Cink executes the Push Pivot with coaching by Christopher Noss. Stewart Cink uses the training exercise to gain strength for golf.
Professional golfer and PGA Tour star Stewart Cink executes Scissor Jumps with coaching by Christopher Noss.
As part of his lower-body circuit, Arizona Diamondbacks 3B Ryan Roberts performs a Standing Calf Raise, Weighted Box Jumps and a Single-Arm, Single-Leg RDL.
Arizona Diamondbacks 3B Ryan Roberts performs a lower-body circuit to develop explosive power for playing the hot corner. Roberts starts with the Slideboard and continues with a Heavy Leg Press and Walking Lunge.
In this football training video, the Single-Leg Keiser Power Squat and Single-Leg RDL are performed as a superset by NFL players training at Athletes' Performance.
In this basketball training video, NBA PG Brandon Jennings performs the TRX Rip Trainer Lateral Shuffle With Power Chop as part of his off-season training.
Mark Verstegen shares two of the go-to football exercises used at Athletes' Performance, Squat Jumps and the Single-Arm, Single-Leg Split Squat, and describes how using the adiPure Trainers helps develop lower-body power for football.
In this golf training video, Tim Robertston Jr. of Speed Strength Systems explains how to perform the BOSU Squat to Dumbbell Front Raise and reveals why this exercise improves full-body strength and balance.