Professional Baseball Strength & Conditioning

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Tips for Aspiring Strength and Conditioning Coaches in Pro Baseball There are several job opportunities available for strength and conditioning coaches and interns in MLB. (See http://baseballstrength.org/category/jobs-2/). PBSCCS asked three head strength and conditioning coaches with decades of experience at the...

San Francisco Giants Baseball Academy in the Dominican Republic Interview with Sergio Rojas  Latin American Strength and Conditioning Coordinator, San Francisco Giants PBSCCS: Where is the Giants Baseball Academy located? Rojas: The Giants facility, The Felipe Alou Baseball Academy, named in honor of Felipe Alou’s...

Mentorship Lessons By Adam Ross, MSEd, RSCC The development of a strength and conditioning professional goes far beyond just possessing the knowledge needed to utilize the principles and theories of training in the design and implementation of effective training programs. Proficient and efficient programming requires...

The Decisions You Make Today Determine Your Performance Tomorrow By Nolan Ryan Although I came into pro ball with a lot of talent, it took me almost four years to approach my potential as a power pitcher. In my first season with the Angels, I was 19-16 with 39 starts, 20 complete games, an ERA of 2.28, 9 shutouts and...

Are Your Workouts Making You Better, or Making You Tired? By Gene Coleman, Ed. D., RSCC*E Over the years, a lot of players have been given well-designed programs by their strength and conditioning staff and then proceeded to do only the exercises that they enjoyed and omit those that they really needed to do. Usually,...