Training With: Workouts and training tips from professional athletes
Whether it’s on a field or in a weight room, with a kettlebell or a yoga mat, professional athletes are always looking to train their bodies for optimal performance. Take a closer look at the training regimens of some of the top athletes from the world of sports.
Being an NFL linebacker takes speed, power and agility. As Lavonte David's trainer says, to be one of the best, you need to tackle with power and hit like a lineman, but you also need to cover and move around in space like a defensive back. Find out how David's unorthodox training regimen has pushed him into the top tier.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Greg Jennings likens his training to a state-of-the-art electric car: efficient and effective but thoroughly outnumbered by more traditional options. By incorporating specific CrossFit moves into his training regimen, Jennings looks to stay on top in the NFL.
Cleveland Indians righthander Trevor Bauer likes to throw the ball as high and far as he can, an arm-strengthening practice known as long toss.
It began as a standard fast break: a missed shot, a quick rebound and a sprint toward the rim at the opposite end of the court. It ended unexpectedly, with Bucks rookie Jabari Parker clutching his left knee as he lay on the floor. After learning that he suffered a season-ending ACL injury, Parker began the road to recovery.