Although baseball is predominantly an anaerobic sport, the athlete that spends time conditioning his aerobic system as well as his anaerobic system will increase his overall anaerobic capacity. This will lead to on the field performance gains, increased stamina and reduced injuries.
Performance demands for baseball vary significantly from the high school level to the Major Leagues, but all athletes, no matter what level, need to balance their training just right so that they can be optimally conditioned for sports specific performance. Traditional training methods for baseball mimic sports specific tasks. Baseball players’ bodies undergo a tremendous amount of stress and impact just given the nature of the sport. The continuous “pounding” of running, sprinting, speed and agility drills is necessary to condition the muscles to move optimally for sports specific performance, but the body does pay the price for all that “pounding”. What if you could incorporate an intense workout without the “wear and tear” of traditional team sports training into your conditioning plan?
The program that follows is intended to complement existing pre and post-season baseball training regimens. It is in no way intended to replace a complete conditioning program.
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