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35 Exercises for Building Baseball Strength

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  • 35 baseball-specific exercises to build strength and reduce injury
  • Increase explosiveness in the lower body, big muscle groups
  • Simultaneously build upper body and core strength
with Jon Francis,
San Diego State University Director of Strength & Conditioning

Jon Francis' develops each of his student-athletes with a sport-specific and scientifically based training program to reach his full athletic potential. In this DVD, Francis shows the drills and training methods he uses at San Diego State to build strength and reduce injury for baseball.

His program builds self discipline and mental toughness in each athlete through a structured and organized strength and conditioning program.

Francis coaches demonstrators through strength building exercises in four areas of focus:

  • Warm-up & Mobility - Executes a combination of deep tissues massage exercises with a ball and mobility exercises to prepare your athletes for a lower body workout.
  • Lower Body Training - Learn the proper technique for squatting, hip thrusts, Russian leans and more.
  • Upper Body Shoulder Pre-Habilitation Training - Includes three workouts you can use to warm-up your athletes for upper body strength training.
  • Upper Body Press and Pull Training - Improve efficiency in your weight room by using these upper body strength exercises that simultaneously work the core. Includes dumbbell exercises, bench planks, inverted rows and more.

Gain a competitive advantage in the weight room this season using these excellent exercises!

50 minutes. 2011.

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