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18 Killer Strength Exercises for Basketball Players

  • Author:
    Alan Stein
  • Date:
    Oct 10, 2014

Building strength often means keeping your muscles guessing. If you're looking for new ways to improve your fitness for basketball, here is a video of 18 seldom-used strength exercises that work.


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