3 Planes of Motion In Sport

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Athletes generally move in all three planes of motion during their sport. Jumping, running, hopping, throwing, spinning, almost any motion you can imagine occurs during sports. With that said, this needs to be taken into account while training. Three planes of motion: -Sagittal (forward/backward) -Frontal (side-to-side) -Transverse (rotation) When training we need to keep all planes of motion in mind. … Read More

3 Ways To Improve Your Push-Up

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In almost any program ever created, push-ups are in it. Why? They require no equipment, easy to accomplish, and you can get a pretty gnarly chest pump from it. But often times, they are butchered, people have found ways to make one of the most simple exercises look like a train wreck. Although great people have written plenty about doing … Read More

Athlete Assessment

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So, you’re at the store looking for shoes. To your right, there is a middle-aged male, and to the left, there is a teenage female. All three of you have different shoe sizes, buying shoes for your own needs, and find different shoe companies better than others. So we can assume, each one of you will purchase different shoes. This … Read More

How To Program Mobility/Stability Exercises Within Your Workouts

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Programming the best workout is something every coach aspires to do. If a coach says they know everything there is about programming, they shouldn’t be coaching. All of the respected coaches I have met in this field has admitted they know nothing. I find this very accurate, as soon as I uncover one answer, another question arises. It can be … Read More

Picking The Right Gym

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Whether you are an athlete or an accountant, you should be doing some form of exercise throughout the week. By now we know how important it is for you physically and mentally. Most, find it hard to stay motivated due to their lack of knowledge with exercising or have no accountability. That’s why it is important to find the right … Read More

3 A’s Of An Individualized Program

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Would you like if a doctor was treating you for strep throat even though you have chicken pox? No, I didn’t think so. Far too often, I see athletes going through programs that just aren’t for them. For example, if an athlete has short arms, long legs, and a history of lower back pain, they shouldn’t be pulling from the … Read More

3 Reasons To Train In Season

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So, you worked hard all offseason making gains in every way possible. You’re squatting 315 for reps, vertical increased 8 inches, and finally mastered your 90/90 hip mobility drill. Then, the season comes and you decide to not train in season. After the season, you can barely squat 275, get off the ground, and your hips are stiff as ever. … Read More

Rows: 3 Ways They Can Go Wrong

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In almost any program you look at, you will see some variation of rows (I hope). Examples of this movement are cable rows, barbell rows, TRX rows, and plenty of others. It’s especially popular in this era of terrible posture. The movement can certainly help strengthen postural muscles and get people out of that forward slumped posture. BUT many times, … Read More

Elite Baseball Development Program

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The problem: Countless times young baseball players complain that their arm hurts, velocity is not impriving, and/or find a place that can help them individually. Each athlete presents with different movement patterns and tendencies, making it difficult to find a throwing/strength and conditioning program that works for them. Our Solution: The Elite Baseball Development Program has developed a program that … Read More