One of the simplest, yet most effective training aids for any baseball pitcher is a radar gun.
At one point in time, I was actually against having youth baseball pitchers use a radar gun too often and focus on velocity, … Read more >
Power is the rate of doing work or the ability to be explosive. When it comes to being successful in sports, performance is closely linked with power.
In baseball, power can impact your throwing, hitting, base stealing, and fielding.
When … Read more >
Med ball exercises are a great way for a rotational athlete, such as a baseball player, to develop power and strength from their lower body to their upper body.
You often hear about rotational power or kinetic linking, but how … Read more >
A strengthening program for baseball that doesn’t include rotational movements and “controlled rotation” is simply incomplete. Like the pitcher that throws 100 mph but has no idea where the ball is going, neither one is very effective.
Many of the … Read more >
Rotational ability is one of the key components in transferring power from the lower half and core towards either the catcher (pitching) or ball (hitting). Developing proficiency in this area will help further progress the efficiency of a complete power … Read more >