I'm Dave Dreeas, here at Arizona Training Lab in Phoenix, Arizona. And, here are a few exercises for running backs. A running back is a very important position on the football field. It's important that the running back has strength, speed, agility, and size. So, there's three exercises that we're going to talk about that cover all those aspects. First exercise is a squat. A squat is going to develop some lower body mass and some strength. Second exercise that we're going to talk about is the walking lunge. We're going to target both single-leg, the right leg, and left leg. And then, the last exercise that we're going to talk about is the box hop, which is going to target the speed that is needed, and explosiveness, to be a good running back. The first exercise that we're going to talk about is the squat. When performing a squat, make sure that you guys perform it correctly. You're going to take the bar, and you're going to place it across your back and your traps. Make sure that it's comfortable. When squatting, you're going to want to keep your chest up. You're going to want your weight in the balls of your feet, and your heels. Your toes will do just a little bit to help balance. When squatting down, you're going to drop to where your mobility allows you to. Some, it might be parallel. Some might be able to go below parallel. Explode on the upward motion of the squat, and you're going to continue on four reps. The next exercise that we're going to perform is the walking lunge. When performing the walking lunge, you can do one of two options: You can hold dumbbells at your side, or you can place a barbell along the top of your traps just like you would do in a squat. If you're holding the dumbbells at your side, you're going to step with your right leg, dropping your left leg down. Make sure that knee stays an inch above the ground. You're then going to drive through your right leg, and you're going to replace, as if you're walking, that left leg in front of you. You're going to drop that right knee an inch above the ground. You're going to repeat for however many reps necessary. If you're using the barbell on your neck, comfortably place it on top of your traps and do the same thing by lunging -- stepping forward with your right leg, dropping that back left knee, and driving through that right leg, switching legs. The next exercise you're going to perform is the box hop. This is going to target the explosiveness that running backs are supposed to have. What you're going to do is you're going to line yourself up next to a box or a bench, you're going to squat down in a nice, athletic stance. Using your arms and your lower body, you're going to explode up on top of the bench. As you come down, control on the way down. Soon as your feet hit the ground, you're going to explode back up for the required amount of reps. Remember, it's important that a running back has size, speed, strength, and explosiveness. I'm Dave Dreeas, here at Arizona Training Lab, and those are a few exercises for running backs.