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Category Archive: Baseball
Step-by-Step Instructions – How to Teach Baseball Power Hitting Mechanics The thinking for how to best train power hitting mechanics is constantly changing, as witnessed by the vast amount of videos we have posted over the past few years on our various social media channels and our mobile app. Truth[…]
Improving performance in rotational sports, such as hitting and throwing, demands effective use of specific core muscles. Effective use of these muscles can automatically increase body torque, bat or arm speed, and power. Ineffective use impedes attaining these desired goals. Rotational power increases with improved hip and shoulder separation. An[…]
Hit with Consistent Power! To consistently hit with maximize power you’ll want to ensure you have the same hitting routine every time you step into the batter’s box. Practice the following routine until you know longer have to think about it: Step into the box with your right foot Place[…]
Planks Improve Spine Stability & Health When planks are performed correctly, they are a great exercise for general spine health for both athletes and non-athletes. They may not improve your hitting, throwing, swinging, kicking or punching velocity, but they do help re-align the spine, pelvis and shoulders in their natural[…]
Set Up: Sit on ball or chair with hips and knees level and sit tall so spine is aligned (neutral) Band attached to right torso, @ chest level (band is anchored in front of right shoulder) Additional band is attached to exercise handle (held in right hand), (band is anchored in front[…][…]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qKpdqJBAVnE Set Up: Band attached to left torso, @ chest level Band is anchored 45 degrees behind right shoulder Cues: SLOWLY Move from Balance to Stride to Hip Turn keeping upper half closed until hip turn pulls torso/shoulders through Routine: 2-3 sets of 5-10 reps with band connected You are[…]
Shoulder Turn Left-to-Right – Set Up: Band attached to right torso, @ chest level Band is anchored straight behind left shoulder Cues: Sit tall (don’t lean back or hunch forwards) & squeeze ball with thighs Turn to your shoulders as far as you can to the left and then[…][…]
Shoulder Turn to Right – Set Up: Band attached to left torso, @ chest level Band is anchored straight behind right shoulder Cues: Sit tall (don’t lean back or hunch forwards) & squeeze ball with thighs Turn to your right to the end range of flexibility; take deep breath[…][…]
Here’s the Week 1 Routine: Drill #1 – https://powercore360training.com/baseball-throwing-mechanics-balance-drill-resisted/ Drill #2 – https://powercore360training.com/baseball-throwing-mechanics-balance-to-stride-resisted/ Drill #3 – https://powercore360training.com/baseball-throwing-mechanics-balance-stride-to-hip-turn-resisted/ Drill #4 – https://powercore360training.com/baseball-throwing-mechanics-seated-torso-turn-assisted-t-spine-mobility/ Drill #5 – https://powercore360training.com/baseball-throwing-mechanics-seated-torso-turn-strengthening-drill-resisted/ Drill #6 – https://powercore360training.com/baseball-throwing-mechanics-hip-shoulder-separation-drill-resisted-torso/ Drill #7 – https://powercore360training.com/baseball-throwing-mechanics-elbow-tuck-turn-pull-resisted/ You are unauthorized to view this page.