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Reverse Lunge Progressions and Regressions for Strength, Speed & Power

Reverse Lunge Progressions and Regressions for Strength, Speed and Power By Hasani Torres and Gene Coleman nerally normal. Maintain a three-point contact with your lead foot in relation to the floor. This is important as it allows the athlete to establish what is called tripod foot. Finally, create external rotation torque at the lead hip […]

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The Ride Home After the Game – Does it Make Youth Baseball and Softball More Fun?

The Ride Home After the Game Does it Make Youth Baseball & Softball More Fun? By Catherine Pearlman, Ph.D., LCSW SIDE BAR: During a rehabilitation assignment in June of 2006, Roger Clemens and his son Koby were teammates on the Houston Astros A-Ball affiliate Lexington Legends. Roger pitched and Koby played third base. The next

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Details Matter

Details Matter When Creating Patterns of Success By Gene Coleman, Ed. D., RSCC*E Being on time matters. Being focused matters. Being a good teammate matters. Following directions matters. Doing the little things matters. Doing things the right way matters. Respecting your parents, siblings, teachers, classmates, coaches, umpires and opponents matters. How you behave in the

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Job Posting: Mets

Job Description:  In coordination with the Performance Coaching Coordinator, this position is responsible for leading the implementation of the Dominican Republic Academy Strength & Conditioning Program. This includes but is not limited to leading the S&C weight room training, on-field movement skill development, pre-pitching/hitting skill acquisition activations, conditioning sessions and performance profiling testing. This position

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