The high school season is closing in! This was truly a remarkable off-season for me personally. We’ve had multiple athletes put on 15-20 pounds while simultaneously moving better and getting a lot stronger, and we’ve had athletes lose a few … Read more >
As the summertime rolls around, the baseball tournament season is beginning to get heavy. Schedules begin to fluctuate between morning double headers and long travel for tournament play.
Hopefully, your body isn’t worn down because you’re in a solid strength … Read more >
***Disclaimer – placing electrodes on a player (or yourself) does not come without potential risks. The potential for electrical burns and infection are a real thing that warrant, at least in our opinion, the consultation of a professional.
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This article, How to Get the Most Out of the Start of Your Baseball Offseason, was originally featured on MikeReinold.com.
It’s been a long summer of baseball and it is time to start thinking about your offseason training … Read more >
The latissimus dorsi muscle is important in baseball players.
The lats can be a baseball player’s best friend as well as their worst enemy at times. The lats are an expansive muscle group originating in the low back and ending … Read more >
Most of us are here because of our shared love for one thing: baseball. Throughout our careers, we all grow to appreciate the little things: the smell of freshly cut grass, the pop of the catcher’s mitt, and taking in … Read more >
A recent research report investigated the effect of travel on Major League Baseball teams and performance. The authors found the MLB teams traveling eastward, such as those ending a series in Seattle and starting traveling to their next one in … Read more >
Heart rate variability (HRV) can be an important metric for athletes to measure recovery and response to stress. A recent research report was published looked at HRV between starts in professional baseball pitchers.
The results indicate that changes to the … Read more >