In-Season Training for Baseball Pitchers
I don’t expect that my latest article on Stack.com is going to get a bunch of views or create any buzz** outside of those interested in improving their ability to throw a baseball, but at the very least it will give some insight into how we go about structuring our in-season training for baseball players.
More specifically for pitchers.
Note to Reader: I do make a brief comment (in the article) about why distance running is something I generally poo-poo for baseball players (or most athletes for that matter), and for those looking for more insight as to why I’d suggest reading THIS and THIS by Eric Cressey.
** Note to Self: Unless I either 1) incorporate “Kate Upton” into the title or 2) put up a video of a cat straight up PWNING a dog.
Both scenarios are GOLD when it comes to generating traffic.
Unless you’ve been living underneath a rock for the past 48 hours…..did you see this shit??????
Unbelievable, and YAY for cats getting some respect!
Comments for This Entry
boxingwolveHello tony, great blog. One question. In-season strength and size training (2-days per week) for athletes with a long competition season is best full-body or push-pull split? What about this... workout A (push day) knee dominant 1 upper body push 1 knee dominant 2 upper body push 2 workout B (pull day) hip dominant 1 upper body pull 1 hip dominant 2 upper body pull 2 OR workout A (full body) Hip dominant 1 upper body push 1 knee dominant 2 upper body pull 2 workout B (full body) knee dominant 1 upper body pull 1 hip dominant 2 upper body push 2
July 6, 2014 at 12:18 pm |