Baseball Conditioning Training Ideas

Baseball conditioning is unique. Baseball is primarily unilateral and rotational with high force production. Heiden jumps and reverse lunges (though less rotational) are a good examples of this. Baseball training needs to account for this with non-traditional approach through tools like medicine balls and rotational cables. These articles cover some key training points from some of the top strength and conditioning experts:

Baseball conditioning requires some tweaks from traditional conditioning to product arms and spines, which take the most stress from the sport during throwing and hitting respectively. Goblet squats can replace traditional squats to lower pressure on the spine. Landmine presses can do the same as an alternative to military presses to better protect the rotator cuff.

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