The Mental Pregame is something almost all elite athletes utilize to enhance their athletic performance, Why Are You Missing Out? The Pregame can be explained simply by performing a mental rehearsal, incorporating all emotional and sensory rich experiences about the specific task. Just like team workouts will build physical strength, performing this frequently will enhance your mental strength.
We know you loose motion from pitching, and we know that this loss of motion is cumulative over the course of the season, and we know that this loss of motion can potentially lead to injuries. So we should do whatever we can to restore and maintain your mobility BEFORE you pick up a ball. Try the “2-Out Drill” to warm up before pitching and to maintain mobility between innings over the course of a game.
Many people are mislead when it comes to performing a sound and ideal warm-up. I wanted to take some time to discuss the best way to structure and progress through your warm-ups. This template is beneficial for athletes and will help maximize their performance.
EBP has just released an online version of the 2017 ASMI Injuries in Baseball Conference, featuring world renowned speakers such as Dr. James Andrews, Dr. Glenn Fleisig, Kevin Wilk, Mike Reinold, and several MLB team physicians, athletic trainers, and strength coaches. This is the premier conference for baseball related injuries and performance enhancement, with topics detailing pitching biomechanics, baseball specific functional anatomy, clinical examination, surgical management, injury rehabilitation, and performance enhancement for baseball players. The ASMI Injuries in Baseball Conference has been on sale for $100 off. Read the full article to learn more!