Youth Sports: Train to Be an Athlete, Not a Position Player
Youth Sports Train to Be an Athlete, Not a Position Player By: JC Cole CSCS*D RSCC*D In an attempt to better serve the coaches, players and parents involved in youth and high school baseball and softball, the PBSCCS periodically publishes information on factors that can affect conditioning and performance at these...
Box Step-Downs for Single-Leg Strength, Stability and Balance
Gene ColemanDecember 17December 170Articles, Lower Body, Stability, Strength, Top Story, Training, Uncategorized, Youth
Box Stepdown for Single-Leg Strength, Stability and Balance By Gene Coleman, Ed. D., RSCC*E This is a simple, single-leg, ground-based exercise that requires minimal equipment. It can be used before and after practice and strength training workouts by baseball and softball players of all ages and levels of play to...
Mastering The Machine
Gene ColemanDecember 11December 110advice, Articles, Mobility, Roles and Responsibilities, Speed/Agility, Stability, Strength, Top Story, Training, Youth
Mastering The Machine By Loren Landow, CSCS, Denver Broncos As coaches and trainers, we have many different equipment options for training our athletes. Barbells, dumbbells, isolated equipment, medicine balls, TRX, kettlebells, Run Rockets, Elastomers, Sandbells and bags, weighted sleds, battle ropes and the list...
VIDEO – Goblet Reverse Lunge with Slider
Gene ColemanNovember 20November 200Flexibility, Lower Body, Mobility, Range of Motion, Stability, Strength, Top Story, Training, Videos
Flexibility and Performance
Gene ColemanMay 21November 60Articles, Flexibility, Top Story, Training
Flexibility and Performance By Nate Shaw, ATC, RSCC Flexibility involves more than sitting on the ground and pointing at your toes What is flexibility? Flexibility is defined as the ability of a joint or joints to move through a full range of motion. If you are limited to bending over and pointing at your toes,...
Gene ColemanApril 19November 60Articles, Flexibility, Top Story, Training
Dynamic Warm-up By Mike Lidge – Philadelphia Phillies An effective dynamic warm-up can improve performance and reduce the risk of injury by gradually preparing the entire body for baseball-specific movements. By activating the central nervous system and major muscle groups, while also increasing blood flow and body...
Half-Kneeling Hip Flexor and Hamstring Stretch
Gene ColemanMarch 5November 60Articles, Flexibility, Mobility, Top Story
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...
Cleveland Guardians Catchers PreGame Hip Mobility Program
adminFebruary 28November 120Articles, Flexibility, Mobility