Master the King of All Exercises

Deadlifting Secrets 101

Everything you need to know about this complex exercise.

Free Video Training

Name:
Email:* 
The High Performance Handbook

The High Performance Handbook Is Like Nothing You've Ever Seen Before...


Baseball Strength and Conditioning: In-Season Insights

Written on February 24, 2014 at 8:50 am, by Eric Cressey

Spring training is underway. College baseball has two weekends in the books. High school teams in warm weather climates have been going for a month, and some schools in the Northeast actually start today. So, it should come as no surprise that we're now getting a lot of inquiries about what to do for in-season training.

With that in mind, rather than reinvent the wheel, I wanted to reincarnate a series I wrote on in-season baseball strength and conditioning.  Check it out!

In-Season Baseball Strength and Conditioning – Part 1: What You Need to Know

In-Season Baseball Strength and Conditioning – Part 2: High School Baseball

In-Season Baseball Strength and Conditioning – Part 3: College Baseball

In-Season Baseball Strength and Conditioning – Part 4: Professional Baseball

Put these tips into action and you'll be healthy and high-performing throughout the season.

Sign-up Today for our FREE Baseball Newsletter and Receive Instant Access to a 47-minute Presentation from Eric Cressey on Individualizing the Management of Overhead Athletes!

Name
Email
  • Stewart

    Eric,

    Quick question regarding what to do with a starting pitcher after an outing. I know you say lift within 12 hrs of a start to consolidate stress into a shorter window to enhance recovery but do you do anything RIGHT after he gets off the field? Mobility or soft tissue work? If he is not going to lift until the next day for example? What about a relief pitcher? Thanks!

    Stewart

  • http://ericcressey.com Eric Cressey

    Stewart,

    Really depends on the guy.  If he’s really stiff, he needs some ROM work immediately after he comes out.  If he’s more loose, I’ll usually just have him do some light foam rolling.  Regardless, they need to crush calories!  I normally don’t advocate icing unless a guy is already accustomed to using it when I get him.


Cressey Performance
Individualizing the Management of
Overhead Athletes

Sign Up and Get Access to This Free 47-Minute Presentation

Name:*
Email:*
New Balance

Featured Product
Assess and Correct

YouTube Twitter Facebook