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- 5 Sprint Drills Designed for Baseball Players by Nick Esposito on October 8, 2019 at 10:00 am
One of the common areas baseball players want to work on is speed and getting faster. With college camps and showcases right around the corner, now is a great time to work on your sprint mechanics! In this blog, I will share with you 5 sprint drills designed for baseball players. Make sure you watch the videos for a great demo and how I coach them. The post 5 Sprint Drills Designed for Baseball Players appeared first on Elite Baseball Performance.
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This Week’s Stuff You Should Read From Around the Web
CBD Oil: Should You Take It?
Wow, CBD Oil is hot right now, with people claiming it pretty much does everything. But did you know many CBD products don’t contain the advertised amount (and some have none!) while others have THC and pesticides! CBD Oil is the Wild West right now. Brian Sabin and Adam Bornstein try to help with this article.
Variable Rep Ranges
Nice post on Instagram from Kevin Larrabee on variable rep ranges, which he says might be the most underutilized programming strategy in S&C. They help those that are new to training make steady progress, as well as help everyone with more difficult movements to progress.
Is high frequency better than low frequency to improve muscle and strength in trained lifters?
Nice article review from ExerciseBiology.com on training frequency.