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Strength and Conditioning Stuff You Should Read: 7/18/13

Written on July 18, 2013 at 6:32 am, by Eric Cressey

This week's list of recommended strength and conditioning reading (and listening) will have a heavy baseball focus.  Check out these websites:

Elite Baseball Mentorships – We've run two of these, and the feedback has been fantastic.  With that in mind, today is the early-bird registration deadline for the August 18-20 Phase 2 (no prerequisites required). We'd love to see you there!

Talking Shoulders and Elbows with Eric Cressey – This is the audio of a podcast I did for the Blue Jays Plus Podcast.  We discuss baseball injuries, player development, and a host of other topics. I come on the show at the 34-minute mark, in case you want to fast-forward to it.


The Surgery that Changed Baseball Forever – With the upcoming induction of Dr. Frank Jobe (who thought up and did the first Tommy John surgery) to the Baseball Hall of Fame, Will Carroll wrote this outstanding four-part article for Bleacher Report.  Here are the links to check out each of the articles: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, and Part 4.

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  • Matt Rossignol

    Great Podcast. I really liked the part about hiding injuries in the Minor Leagues.I have had friends tell me a couple times that they would hide injuries because of the how the organization treated others. I know when I was in Independent Ball I had the same issue because I didn’t want to get released or drop out of the mix.

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