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This web site is full of great, scientifically based, resources that I wish would have been around when I was growing up trying to become a better athlete so that I could reach my baseball goals.

The catch with this website is that every article and video you see here was created in response to a question and problem I got from working with players in the past.   I built these resources as way of helping them overcome an obstacle such as:

  • Not enough strength/power
  • Insufficient amounts of flexibility/mobility
  • Lack of body mass
  • Inefficient throwing mechanics

These are some of the more common obstacles that a lot of players face but what I’ve found it that every situation is different.  This where the information you’ll find on this site is very specific to a particular player and their unique obstacle and situation.

What I mean by situation are things like:

  • Do you player multiple sports?
  • How many days a week can you go to the gym?
  • Do you have a gym?
  • If so what kind of equipment does it have?
  • Do you know how to perform basic exercises?
  • Are you in school?
  • How many hours of classes and studying do you have?
  • Do you live somewhere you can throw outside?

These are just some of the questions that I ask in order to really know what kind of information a player needs based off of their obstacles and situation.

So while I can’t emphasize enough the need to individualize training programs there is a certain amount of overlap with the information you see on this site.  The real secret is to learn as much as you can and then apply it to yourself.

This makes me think of my favorite Bruce Lee quote.

If you want some help applying this information to you and your unique situation and obstacles head over here to fill out an application so that I can consult with you.

If you want to do it on your own I would suggest reading these articles so that you have a bit better knowledge base to help you apply any information to you and your situation and obstacles.

Here are a couple of articles that I recommend starting with

Graeme Lehman, MSc, CSCS

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