Baseball Development

Brady Lord working on speed as part of productive training session in-season.

What does a productive training session in-season look like?

A productive training session should not be determined by how sore you are after, how hard it was to finish, or maxing out.  A productive training session is individualized and helps an athlete progress toward specific goals on the field. If you are a baseball player working to get better at your sport in-season, it’s …

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Team training for baseball for Lamar Community College.

How to advance team training for baseball and softball

Every morning and across the country, athletes train in a team setting.  From professional baseball teams to youth-level softball teams, players complete similar workouts designed for their specific sport.  This sounds great on paper; baseball players train to play baseball, softball players train to play softball. However, the failure in this style of training is …

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It's key to communicate with your strength coach to hit your baseball goals.

Why specific communication will help you hit your baseball goals

When it comes to the relationship between coaches and their athletes, there is one thing that should never falter.  Communication, one of the most important things surrounding an athlete’s program. Basic communication can help you stay healthy.  Many times athletes don’t communicate how they are feeling mentally, physically, and emotionally, and this can negatively affect …

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Discerning Between a Stability/Motor Control or Mobility Issue During Assessment Phase

Today, we’ll simply scratch the surface of the concept of differentiating between a stability/motor control issue or a mobility issue during an athlete’s assessment. At PUSH we take pride in how well we conduct our initial assessments; we are thorough and particular on the process that we use with our athletes.  Knowing what tests to …

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Push remote strength program student, Dylan Bowers, training in-gym in Arizona.

How to get the most out of remote strength programs

Here at Push Performance, we have the opportunity to work with 100+ kids through remote strength programs throughout the country.  Personally, with athletes I have worked with remotely, I have seen them make huge strides toward their baseball development goals. This includes youth baseball players all the way up to professional players.  Why is this? …

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