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Powerful Pre-Game Meals: What to Eat Before a Youth Baseball/Softball Game

Powerful Pre-Game Meals: What to Eat Before a Youth Baseball/Softball Game By Amy Goodson, MS, RD, CSSD, LD Want to maximize your young athlete’s performance on game day? It all startswith fueling their body right before the big event. Discover the power of pre-game meals and learn what to eat to help your young athlete […]

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Unleashing Power and Performance: The Crucial Role of Strength Training in Baseball

The Importance of Strength Training for Baseball Players

The Importance of Strength Training for Baseball Players By Gene Coleman and Jose Vazquez Once a taboo in baseball, strength training is now is recognized as an essential part of the year-round training program for the sport. Research and practical experience at all levels from high school to MLB has shown that properly designed and

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8-Week Interval Throwing Program

8-Week Interval Throwing Program Texas Metroplex Institute for Sports Medicine and Orthopedics This throwing program was developed for TMI Sports Medicine by Regan Wong, Major League Physical Therapist at Texas Rangers Baseball Club and Daniel Evans, Director of Physical Therapy at TMI Sports Medicine. It is intended for skeletally immature young adolescent baseball/softball players. It

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10 Big Mistakes Young Athletes Make When Sprinting

10 Big Mistakes Young Athletes Make When Sprinting By Darren Wensor Look for These Common Sprinting Errors When Coaching Young Athletes Below are 10 of the most common skill errors that I see kids make when they are sprinting. POOR HEAD POSITION. Even though most kids look forward when they run, some do so with their

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Brad Ausmus’ Off-Season Progressive Throwing Program for Catchers

Brad Ausmus’ Off-Season Progressive Throwing Program for Catchers by Gene Coleman, Ed.D., RSCC*E During my four plus decades in MLB, I have had the opportunity to work with and learn from numerous catchers and coaches who were former catchers. Most notably among these were Yogi Berra, Tony Pena, Brad Ausmus, Ivan Rodriguez, Pat Borders, Benji

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Requisitos de Rendimiento para el  Béisbol 14U

Requisitos de Rendimiento para el Béisbol 14U Gene Coleman, Ed. D., RSSC*E y José Vázquez, PT, RSCC Un post anterior discutió algunos de los principales ajustes que los jugadores de béisbol juvenil tienen que hacer a medida que avanzan de 12U a 13U 1. Este post, examinará los ajustes necesarios para tener éxito en 14U.

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RESEARCH REVIEW: Showcases and UCL Injuries in Elite Professional Pitchers

Showcases and UCL Injuries in Elite Professional Pitchers Recent research by Peter K. Kriz, MD and colleagues in the Division of Sports Medicine at the Warren Alpert Medical School in Providence, RI has revealed interesting information concerning the relationship between the number of High School Showcases attended, ulnar collateral ligament injuries requiring reconstruction (UCL-R) and

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