Learn how to make your abs strong and flatten your tummy for better strength and balance for sports in this intense free physical fitness training video for athletes.
Medicine Ball Sit-Ups Ab Workout for AthletesBy Bay Bay McClinton and Priest Holmes
About the Author
A native Texan, Baybay McClinton was a professional NFL athlete, playing for the Dallas Cowboys and the Houston Oilers in the late eighties and early nineties. He then sought out a professional certification organization that offered the curriculum and credibility he needed to be a successful strength trainer working with athletes. <p> All Sports began back in 1997, starting with a few athletes such as Priest Holmes, Baltimore Ravens; Eric Brown, Denver Broncos; Tony Darden, San Diego Chargers; and Eric Flowers of the Buffalo Bills. The next year in 1998, N.D. Kalu of the Washington Redskins began training under the program. In 1999 Jeff Foster, Indiana Pacers first round NBA Draft pick began training under this unique program. The program requires dedication for its highly intense and energetic workouts. Spiritual growth is a plus also offered for the confidence and success of the athletes. High school and college athletes have now begun training under the All Sports program. <p> Three-time Pro Bowl running back Priest Holmes still owns a share of an NFL single-season touchdown record after registering 27 rushing TDs in 2003, overtaking the previous mark owned by Emmitt Smith (25 in ‘95). He owns 11 different Chiefs career records, including marks for yards from scrimmage (8,293), rushing yards (5,933), total TDs (83), rushing TDs (76), and 100-yard rushing games (24). In addition to holding a plethora of Kansas City records, he is near the top of the charts in a host of other areas in both NFL and Chiefs history. He ranks 13th in the NFL with 86 career rushing TDs, a total that ranks 4th among active players, trailing only Marshall Faulk (100), Alexander (90), and Curtis Martin (89). Over the past five seasons, no running back in the league has averaged more yards from scrimmage per game than Holmes (136.0). He also started with Baltimore in 2000, the year the Ravens marched to a victory in Super Bowl XXXV.