ADVANCING THE GAME OF BASEBALL
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The latissimus dorsi muscle is important in baseball players.
The lats can be a baseball player’s best friend as well as their worst enemy at times. The lats are an expansive muscle group originating in the low back and ending … Read more >
The two most commonly reported areas of pain in baseball players are the shoulder and elbow.
However, the area in pain may not actually be causing the pain itself.
The body is a chain and weakness in one link of … Read more >
A recent study out of Wake Forest in the Orthopedic Journal of Sports Medicine looked at the perceived definition of a long toss program by pitchers, pitching coaches and athletic trainers associated with Major League Baseball. The ultimate goal was … Read more >
Remember when you started to learn how to throw a curveball? Did you struggle at first? It doesn’t come easy for everyone. When baseball pitchers struggle to learn how to throw a curveball, I have found that it is often … Read more >
One of the keys to pitching effectively is the ability to reproduce consistent mechanics and maintain your release point while on the mound.
In the past, we have found that baseball pitchers tend to become more upright as the … Read more >
Most of us are here because of our shared love for one thing: baseball. Throughout our careers, we all grow to appreciate the little things: the smell of freshly cut grass, the pop of the catcher’s mitt, and taking in … Read more >
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