Catch up on the latest EBP content and articles from around the web. Each week EBP publishes a list of the top baseball articles from around the web. We’ll include a variety of articles on baseball coaching, skill training, performance enhancement, injury prevention, injury rehabilitation and more.
Basically, if the information is excellent and can help advance the game of baseball for players, parents, coaches, rehab specialists, and strength professions, we’ll help spread the word.
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Latest Article on EBP
- Strength-Speed: Customized Mechanics for Baseball Pitchersby Jarad Vollkommer on August 20, 2019 at 10:00 am
This post will focus on “Strength-Speed” which is a type of strength that is described as moving a moderately heavy load at a moderate speed. This is important because when we initiate the pitching delivery we are in fact moving a moderate load, in the form of your own body weight, at a moderate speed, before moving faster and faster as we climb the kinetic chain and let go of the baseball. The post Strength-Speed: Customized Mechanics for Baseball Pitchers appeared first on Elite Baseball Performance. […]
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Best Baseball Articles of the Week
Pitching – Mound Visits
Karl Kuhn of the University of Virginia talks about how he approaches mound visits in a new video.
Plyometrics for Baseball
Nate Tamargo shares his thoughts on how to best train explosive baseball movements.
Sliders Hard to Hit?
Why are sliders so hard to hit? Wes Jenkins explains why and how you can close in on this kind of pitch.
Brooks also played baseball at the University of Nevada, Reno, where he earned all-conference honors. He was named Capital One NCAA Division I Academic All-American his senior year in 2013.