When getting your arm loose, you need to let distance dictate your intensity before you start throwing harder on a line. But how do you do this indoors? In this quick video, I demonstrate how I teach baseball players to get their arms loose when warming up into a net indoors.
Weighted baseball velocity programs continue to rise in popularity in baseball pitchers of all levels despite us not knowing why they may improve velocity, the long term effects on the body, or the most appropriate program to perform. This article summarizes the results of a 2-year research study we have performed on the safety and effectiveness of weighted baseball velocity training programs.
Data-driven training is becoming the norm in baseball. We have learned so much about things like bat speed and launch angle over the last several years. We know so much more about what goes into becoming an elite baseball player. But the use of technology can be both daunting and expensive, making the implementation of data-driven training difficult. Luckily, you can bypass the need to spend thousands of dollars on technology and still maximize your hitting potential. In this article, I discuss ways to use technology, as well as a lack of technology, to help baseball players achieve success at the plate.
Looking to get recruited to play baseball in college? Here are a few actionable steps that players can take to boost their recruiting stock and get noticed. The process can be daunting, but I think that there are a few steps that you can take to really put yourself in a much better position.