Lower Body Soft Tissue

Below are short video clips of the different lower body soft tissue drills. These are great drills to do throughout the day.  Frequency help enhance recovery and repair time of muscles. Click here to see full video Quads and Hip Flexors Lateral Leg – IT Band Calves w/...
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Antropometric Assessment

Here is a list of all the antropometric information that I feel are valuable enough to spend the time and energy in gathering.  Each piece of information gathered can be related to throwing velocity and when looked at all together can provide us with a very accurate picture...
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Guideline for Hypertrophy (aka Bigger Muscles)

The word Hypertrophy means to add size and in this case we are talking about getting bigger muscles.  There has been many myths out there that gaining muscle size won’t let you move as fast because you will become “muscle bound”.  Becoming muscle bound would take a lot...
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Health Checklist – Scale

Below is a description of what number values for the checklist where you need to rank your energy, sleep and how your arm feels on a daily basis. It’s important that everyone is speaking the same language so that we are all on the same page. Energy Level...
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Health Checklist – Yes or No?

These checklists are aimed at helping you develop better habits that will improve your ability to rest and recover between games/practices/training sessions. Your ability to recover is vital.  Without recovery you can’t get better/bigger/faster because you will just keep tearing your body down. Checklist list #1  – Yes...
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Overhead Squat Corrections – Mobility

Overhead Squat Corrections  – Mobility Issues Hip Flexor Stretch – Rectus Femoris Place a chair behind you, put a pillow on the ground between you and the chair and finally and grab a stick that you can use for balance Put one foot on the chair and lower...
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Corrective Exercise Descriptions

  Shoulder Mobility Corrections Wall Slides                                                                              Lean against a wall with your hips, shoulders and back of your head touching while your feet should be 6-12 inches away. Ensure that you do not have too much of a sway in your low back – you should be able...
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Intro Workout

Introductory Workout The goal here is to introduce some key movements. Station 1: The Dumbbell Station – 3 rounds RFESS: 8 reps – (cue elbows inside knee) Floor Press: 8 reps per arm Bent Over Row: 12 reps RFESS: Hold one heavy or two lighter DB’s in the...
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