Professional Baseball Strength & Conditioning

Mobility

Half-Kneeling Hip Flexor and Hamstring Stretch By Regan Wong, PT, DPT, CSCS and Gene Coleman, Ed. D., RSCC*E Flexibility and stretching have always been part of baseball. In the past, stretching was considered to be synonymous with warm-up and most warm-up routines consisted mainly of stretching exercises. Now, we...

 

Pro-Agility Run Part IV How to Train for the Pro-Agility Run Gene Coleman, Ed. D., RSCC*E and Jose Vazquez, PT, RSCC The following is Part IV of a four-part series on the pro-agility run and will explain how to run the pro-agility run. Parts I-III can be found at the bottom of the page. How to train for the pro...

Pro-Agility Run Part III Common Errors when Performing the Pro-Agility Run Gene Coleman, Ed. ., RSCC*E and Jose Vazquez, PT, RSCC The following is Part III of a four-part series on the pro-agility run and will explain how to run the pro-agility run. Part I, Evaluating Agility with the Pro-Agility Run, can be found at:...

The Pro-Agility Run Part I Evaluating Agility with the Pro-Agility Run By Gene Coleman, Ed. D., RSCC*E and Jose Vazquez, PT, RSCC The pro-agility run is a popular method of evaluating agility among players in travel, high school, college and professional baseball. While norms are available for most age groups, limited...