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Strength and Conditioning Stuff You Should Read: 2/7/13

Written on February 7, 2013 at 5:32 am, by Eric Cressey

Here are this week’s list of recommended strength and conditioning reads:

Eric Cressey on Specialized Training for Baseball Players – I was recently interviewed by New England Baseball Journal on managing the training of baseball players, and what advice I’d give to up-and-coming players.

Elite Training Mentorship – In this month’s update, I contributed an in-service on scapulohumeral rhythm as well as a few articles and exercise demonstrations.  There’s also some great stuff from Vaughn Bethell and Tyler English, so check it out!

5 Keys to a Productive Bullpen Session – CP athlete Chad Rodgers wrote up this great blog that should be a “must-read” for all up-and-coming pitchers.  Chad shares what he learned in the professional ranks after being drafted out of high school.

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  • Brian Seelos

    The article on specialized training for baseball was short and sweet. More and more I think that coaches are too focused on getting bigger and stronger and leave mobility, stability, and flexibility behind. That’s how I was trained as a young athlete, but I am now trying to change that with the kids that I train. Great article Eric.

  • Eric Cressey

    Thanks, Brian!

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