Pitchers often don’t know how to best perform an inseason throwing program to keep their arm healthy and at peak performance. A proper program is essential to a successful season. Here are our keys to developing an inseason throwing program based on your role, recent workload, and how your arm feels.
The first video, of a series of video blogs that I will be conducting for EBP. I will talk about the exercise, how to perform the movement, and how it applies to baseball. This video discusses a knee to knee rotational med ball shotput, which aids in power development from the lower half, and transfer of force for pitchers and hitters.
In this article, Alan Jaeger discusses how to transition your offseason throwing program to the mound and prepare your arm for a dominant baseball season. The goal of this article is to understand the importance of maintaining your base and optimizing your recovery time once throwing off a mound is introduced in the offseason. The ideal way to maintain an arm inseason is to have a great base in place from the offseason.
Should you swing at the first pitch? Is being “ready to pounce” on the first pitch a quality hitting approach? Here are my 4 rules of hitting to help you determine when you should be swinging.