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Click below to read the latest publication of Performance Conditioning.  Covering topics such as; Healthy Shoulder, Sprint Mechanics, and Recovery. Performance Conditioning Baseball/Softball Volume 16, Number 6

Check out the most current issue of Baseball/Softball Performance Conditioning here covering Nutrition, the relationship between Ground Force and Ball Speed, and Velocity Based Training.   Baseball/Softball Performance Conditioning Volume 16 Number 6      

  Regardless of whether you are a believer or non-believer in the practice of long toss for pitchers and/or position players, it appears to be here to stay. Most players use some form of long toss during the off-season, pre-season and/or season. Some organizations are staunch supporters and others permit it with...

Check out the latest issue of Baseball Softball Performance/Conditioning here!   Baseball Softball Performance/Conditioning Volume 16 Number 5

Hot off the press is the latest issue of Performance Conditioning Baseball/Softball.  Inside you’ll find Devising a Master Plan, Softball Conditioning Ideal vs. Reality, Resting Heart Rate Variability Among Starting Pitchers, and more!   Performance Conditioning Baseball/Softball Volume 16, Number 4      

While bear crawls have been a favorite of football coaches and military drill instructors for decades, they are also excellent for other sports. When done properly, bear crawls will simultaneously develop coordination, stability and functional strength and endurance in the muscles of the chest, shoulders arms, legs...

This is a good drill for improving both work capacity and speed-endurance (the ability to make repeated max or near-max efforts without slowing down). It uses a positive pyramid for the first half of the run and a negative pyramid for the second half. Use longer distances (100-200 yards) when working on aerobic...

Check out the latest issue of Performance Baseball/Softball Conditioning Volume 14, Number 7. Performance Baseball/Softball Conditioning Volume 14, Number 7

The kettlebell swing is an explosive lift that forces you to use maximum power in the posterior chain (hips, back and legs) to accelerate the KB with proper technique. As a baseball player, you spend a lot of time with your spine, hips, knees and ankles flexed. Regardless of whether you are playing in games, taking...

Performance Baseball/Softball Conditioning A Newsletter Dedicated To Improving Baseball and Softball Players Volume 14, Number 4 Performance Baseball-Softball Conditioning