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If you are interested in baseball related content, check out the latest post from EliteBaseballPerformance.com.
- Strength-Speed: Customized Mechanics for Baseball Pitchers by Jarad Vollkommer on August 20, 2019 at 10:00 am
This post will focus on “Strength-Speed” which is a type of strength that is described as moving a moderately heavy load at a moderate speed. This is important because when we initiate the pitching delivery we are in fact moving a moderate load, in the form of your own body weight, at a moderate speed, before moving faster and faster as we climb the kinetic chain and let go of the baseball. The post Strength-Speed: Customized Mechanics for Baseball Pitchers appeared first on Elite Baseball Performance.
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This Week’s Stuff You Should Read From Around the Web
Culture Changes Gymnastics Needs
We all know Dave Tilley is the man in the gymnastics world. Here’s a great article that can really apply to much of our youth sports: How do we change the culture of gymnastics so that athletes are happy, healthy, and high performing?
Manual Therapy to the Knee
Manual therapy is a commonly used treatment for knee osteoarthritis, says Scott Buxton, but to date only one systematic review has explored its effectiveness.
Exercise Boosts Brain Power
A 10-minute, one-time burst of exercise can measurably boost your brain power, at least temporarily, researchers at Western University in London, Canada, have found.