Professional Baseball Strength & Conditioning

Upper Body

Why We Don’t Do the Sleeper Stretch in Baseball By Nate Friedman, CSCS and Scott Cline, CSCS, Arizona Diamondbacks A common complaint that strength coaches, athletic trainers and physical therapists in professional baseball hear from players is that their posterior shoulder is tight. Given the throwing volume that...

Dumbbells are Smart  By Gene Coleman and Bryan King If you are an athlete performing strength training for baseball, sometimes it’s better to go lighter than heavier to ensure that your technique is proper and that you are training movements that have carryover value to on-field performance. When performing the...