The Best Exercises for a Strong Foundation

Foundation is set to carry or support any load that is placed above it.  The stronger the foundation, the better the performance within each sport respectfully or sport specific training. In sprinting, a great foundation leads to a more powerful and faster athlete. The stronger an athlete is, the more force they will be able to apply for greater speed and latter injury prevention. Here are few exercises that will strengthen an athletes foundation for better performance:

  1. KETTLEBELL HINGE
  2. KETTLEBELL SQUAT OR GOBLET SQUAT
  3. BARBELL SQUAT
  4. WICKET DRILLS

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