Static stretching only does so much and if you don’t have the cash to see a massage therapist, well, what do you do? You can use the Foam Roller, but Foam Rollers are tough to get the leverage you need on the upper extremity. Try This Try rolling your arm on a 45 lb Olympic […]
Baseball & Softball Throwing Patterns: Stability Ball Arm Behind Drill
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Band Skate Jumps for Lateral Power in Baseball & Softball Players
Band Skate Jumps are a great exercise to incorporate into any training protocol. Specifically for baseball and softball in which lateral explosive movements are integrated into almost every play on a field. Lateral direction of force is the goal so focus on the initial explosion from the leg closest to the rack (concentric movement) and […]
Training Programs Are Not Random!
What should you expect when training with our staff at AB? How do you actually design a program? Here’s the first step Each athlete will be assessed differently based on their previous strength & conditioning experience, pre-screening results, athleticism, maturity, age and position. We go through a whole list of movements, joint measurements, strength values […]
Youth Baseball Injury Seminar
Bobby and I attended a seminar regarding Youth Baseball Injuries. Put on my Andy Sobuta, DPT (Doctor of Physical Therapy) who works in Boston at the Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital. He spoke about the anatomy and function of the shoulder and elbow, common injuries to the shoulder and elbow, and injury prevention protocols in youth athletes. […]
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