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Hydra Running for Recovery and Fitness

Hydra Running for Recovery and Fitness By Gene Coleman, Ed. D., RSCC*E Hydra running has been used by athletes in several sports to enhance recovery and maintain or improve fitness while avoiding the lower-extremity pounding that comes with land-based running.  Several track athletes have set personal best and/or World Records after deep water training and […]

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Upper Body MD Ball Plyometric Progressions for Baseball/Softball

Upper Body MD Ball Plyometric Progressions for Baseball/Softball By Gene Coleman, Augustine “Augie” Agyei and Al Sandoval A previous article provided the rational, guidelines and lower body plyometric exercises for baseball and softball. (http://baseballstrength.org/plyometrics-for-baseball-by-nate-tamargo/). This post will provide upper body plyometric exercise progressions using a medicine ball from four different positions (tall-kneeling, half-kneeling, lunge and

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It’s Not How You Start; It’s How You Finish” Nolan Ryan’s 7th No-Hitter

It’s Not How You Start; It’s How You Finish” Nolan Ryan’s 7th No Hitter By Gene Coleman, Ed. D., RSCC*E On May 1, 1991, Nolan Ryan threw his 7th no-hitter against the Toronto Blue Jays in Arlington, Texas at the age of 44. What started as a very bad day ended in a record setting

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Box Step-Downs for Single-Leg Strength, Stability & Balance

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 increase eccentric and concentric strength

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