Catch up on all my latest content and articles to read from around the web. This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Sian Smale, Ryan DeBell, and Darin Jerome.
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- Four Mental Training Tips for Baseball Players by Dan Blewett on February 12, 2019 at 11:00 am
Mental training for baseball players is a very overlooked performance-enhancer. Though many players, coaches and parents witness in-game meltdowns and struggles under pressure, few players train their minds to prepare for tough situations. In this article, you’ll learn four tips to help improve baseball performance by training the mind and preparing for high-pressure situations. The post Four Mental Training Tips for Baseball Players appeared first on Elite Baseball Performance. […]
- A New Injury Epidemic in Baseball Pitchers: Blisters by John LaRue on February 5, 2019 at 11:00 am
Blisters can be a major issue among baseball pitchers resulting in significant loss of playing time. As blister injury trends continue to increase, coaches and medical professionals need to be aware of strategies to prevent and treat these injuries. Here are some current strategies in the prevention and treatment of blisters. The post A New Injury Epidemic in Baseball Pitchers: Blisters appeared first on Elite Baseball Performance. […]
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This Week’s Stuff You Should Read From Around the Web
Sian Smale discusses the anatomy of the Windlass mechanism and great toe extension.
Shoulders HAVE to Move Differently
Not all shoulder mobility limitations are fixed by stretching. Some limitations in range of motion are due to anatomical differences from person to person. Ryan DeBell explains further.
5 Programming Tips
Darin Jerome has five things for you to adjust in your workout routine to improve overall speed.