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Daily Gaines: Medicine Ball Single Leg Squat

Travelle Gaines show the proper way to do Medicine Ball Single Leg Squats. via. Eastbay
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Travelle Gaines Reviews the 2017 NFL Combine

Daily Gaines and Athletic Gaines Owner, Travelle Gaines reviews the 2017 NFL Combine.
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Daily Gaines Workout Tips: Base Starts

Starting in a base position, toes straight, hips and elbows back. You want to accelerate forward without stepping back while driving your knees up with good body lean and explosive arms. As a progression, you can add a hurdle...
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Daily Gaines Workout Tips: Eccentric Leg Curls

Eccentric Leg Curls - Starting in a supine position with your legs straight, you want to raise your hips while digging heels into the slides with your toes pointed up. To begin the movement you want to pull your...
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Daily Gaines Workout Tips: Inverted Row

The inverted row is a great exercise to develop upper body strength. The athlete should start laying underneath the bar on their back. The coach should make sure the barbell is secured to the squat rack about 3 to...
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Daily Gaines Workout tips:Perpendicular Med ball Rotations

The medicine ball perpendicular rotational throw is a great exercise for developing rotational power. The athlete should start 2 to 3 feet away from the wall with their shoulders perpendicular to the wall and the ball by their waist....
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Daily Gaines Workout Tips: Med Ball Chest Pass

The medicine ball chest pass is a great exercise for developing upper body power. The athlete should start in an athletic position 3 to 4 feet away from the wall with the MB at their chest. They want to...
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Daily Gaines Training Tip: Reverse Lunge

The reverse lunge is a great exercise for developing lower body strength and single leg stability. The athlete should start in the standing position and step back lowering their hips to the floor by dropping their back knee towards...
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Daily Gaines Workout Tips: Squat To Press

The squat to press is a great exercise for developing total body power. You want to start with the dumbbells on your shoulders and your toes pointed straight ahead. You initiate this movement by pushing your hips back until...