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Check out the latest issue of Softball – Baseball Performance Conditioning here!  Softball/Baseball Performance Conditioning Volume 18, Issue 1  

Check out the latest issue of Performance Conditioning Baseball/Softball here!  Covered inside… -Power in the Bubble Cheek -Prehab Back Pain Away -Power Chain in Professional Baseball -A Look back at Favorite Exercises of the Stars. Performance Conditioning Baseball/Softball Vol. 17, Number 6  

Fresh off the press is another great issue of Baseball/Softball Performance Conditioning.  Covering Conditioning Colligate Softball, Favorite Exercises of the the Stars, Minor League Strength and Conditioning Coach Feature, and more!  Click the link and enjoy!   Baseball/Softball Performance Conditioning Volume 17,...

James Clifford (Seattle) and Pete Prinzi (St. Louis) recently served as the official Strength and Conditioning Coaches for the American and National League All-Star Teams in the 2018 Major League All-Star Game in Washington, DC. Clifford, is in his 21st year in MLB including the last 7 as the Mariners Major League...

Professional, collegiate, high school and youth league coaches and parents may know a lot about USA Baseball, but there is also a great deal of information that they may not know. Most may know, for example, that USA Baseball is the National Governing Body for amateur baseball in the United States. We represent the...

Check out the latest issue of Performance Conditioning Baseball/Softball here.   Inside you’ll find topics such as technology in strength training, adaptations in current strength training, and a look back at some favorite exercises of the stars.   Performance Conditioning Baseball/Softball Vol. 17 Issue 4

There are five physical tools that pro and college scouts look for when evaluating baseball talent: 1) the ability to hit; 2) the ability to hit with power; 3) running speed; 4) arm strength; and 5) fielding ability. While it’s important to score high on most or all of these tools, physical attributes aren’t the...

In 2011, there were 50 oblique injuries among MLB players and these players spent a total of 1,604 days on the DL. The average stay was 35 days for pitchers and 28 days for position players. The total cost of these 50 injuries (salaries paid to injured players plus salaries paid to players who replaced them) was more...

  Austin is entering his second season as a strength and conditioning coach for the Kansas City Royals organization. He is currently serving as the Rookie Ball strength coach for the Burlington Royals. Prior to joining the Royals in 2016, he was a performance coach at Godspeed Elite Sports Academy in Hoover, Alabama....

Check out the latest news in Performance Conditioning Baseball/Softball.  Click the link below!    Performance Conditioning Baseball/Softball Volume 17, Number 2