Author Archives for Eastbay

Emery NYC Featured

4 Steps For Running The New York City Marathon

Running a marathon is a difficult task but Eastbay VP of Digital Marketing Emery Skolfield was able to conquer the challenge. Here's how:

Speed To Perform Featured

Maximize Speed To Perform

Most people believe speed is something you're born with. But in reality, that’s not true – speed is a science and can be developed.

College Featured

2017 College Football Preview: The Top 10 Teams You Need To Watch

College football season is finally here! Here are the 10 teams with the best chance to make it all the way to the playoffs.

Kelsey Robinson - Dear Athletes Featured

A Letter To Aspiring Athletes — Kelsey Robinson

You want to be a pro athlete? Well, good luck — that's a tough journey. Luckily, volleyball star Kelsey Robinson is here to help tell you what it takes.

Benefits Of The Classic Pull-Up

When it comes to building your muscles and becoming a better overall athlete, working on your upper body strength is an important piece of the puzzle.

Celebrate The International Day Of Yoga The Right Way

Eastbay is marking the 3rd annual International Day of Yoga (IDoY) with a collection of gear that can help you begin to discover the benefits this exercise has for any sport.

Training With Resistance Bands

The resistance band is a simple stretchy tool that's a great addition to any workout.

Building Explosiveness with Box Jumps

Explosiveness. This trait is something that every athlete looks to improve in their training, no matter what sport they play.

Training With Battle Ropes

Bored with the same old dumbbell curls? Sick of running on the treadmill? Then combining strength and cardio training into one unique workout might be for you.

Training Myles Garrett: A Freakish Phenom

There is no question that Garrett has the skill set needed to have his named called first on draft day. So what's it like to train such a freakish phenom.

Become a Better Athlete With Yoga

Many athletes and athletic programs have ditched static stretching in favor of yoga or dynamic stretching exercises.