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Stephon Marbury’s Workout – What’s Good and What’s Bad?

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Initial Positive Thoughts:

  • Lots of unilateral movements
  • Lots of dynamic movements
  • Good rotational core work
  • Establishing good shoulder stability
  • Med Ball Work
  • Grip strength development with sledge
  • Good hamstring work
  • Kettlebell work
  • Good posterior work for shoulders and upper back

Some Considerations

(noted that we are only looking at one workout or series of movements within his TOTAL program)

  • More thoracic mobility required, overhead work looks limited in range of motion
  • Some barefoot training
  • Like to see some ankle mobility work
  • More explosive hip extension on the kb swings

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One Response to “Stephon Marbury’s Workout – What’s Good and What’s Bad?”

  1. Joey Says:

    I would hope to see some straight-up squats, deadlifts, trap-bar pulls, & box jumps, maybe some prowler too. I know that these are not the end-all of every program, but these movements have helped athletes from every sport for as long as Marbury has been alive. I feel that they are easy to keep track of progress so the athlete doesn’t get stagnant in his/her program as well.

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