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What muscles should I work out if I wanted to be a running back for football?

I was going to a football camp in the summer and I was wondering what muscles I should work out to be a running back.

Asked By: Diaz - 1/21/2009
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The halfback (runningback) of the team has to be the most explosive player on the field. There are two kinds of runningbacks... More
Answered By: ♠#23♠ - 1/21/2009
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legs and arms for holding the ball
Answered By: CFOOTBALLH - 1/21/2009
 
legs like quad and hamstrings. shoulder/tri/chest.
Answered By: jaddai29rb - 1/21/2009
 
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Answered By: Baker4Chicago - 1/21/2009
 
Thigh muscles!
Answered By: Thigpen4President - 1/21/2009
 
ur legs smart one
Answered By: jtaylorhustlin - 1/21/2009
 
As the other said, legs and upper-body. If you wanted to be a WR, however, you would work on developing your mouth.
Answered By: ArkAvenger - 1/21/2009
 
You should work legs, specifically quadriceps, hamstrings and calf muscles. I would work upperbody as well for ball control.
Answered By: brendan.riley87 - 1/21/2009
 
legs so u can run fast but also work on your upper body str to break many tackles u can be the next tiki barber lol
Answered By: Love has so many remixes - 1/21/2009
 
bicep tricep pectoral region quadriceps and calves
Answered By: Kyle j - 1/21/2009
 
mostly legs, for speed and quikness and also burst. but you should work your whole body to be versatile and good
Answered By: THE BEST - 1/21/2009
 
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