training for baseball

  1. training for baseball


    i am a pitcher and i play in a semi pro baseball league. i am trying to get my self into complete full blown shape while in season . does anyone know of anyideas that might help me trim down, and get strong for pitching


  2. use incarnate with drive as supplements. Simple push-ups, situps, pull-ups, squats, calf raises, dumbell flys, band work, plyometrics, and sprints good to go, I've played pro-ball before for the Mets will resign with Giants.

  3. Quote Originally Posted by Bigguy851 View Post
    i am a pitcher and i play in a semi pro baseball league. i am trying to get my self into complete full blown shape while in season . does anyone know of anyideas that might help me trim down, and get strong for pitching
    Squats and deads, RC work, DB pullovers or straight arm pull downs for sure. Regular training and LOTS of running.
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by Distilled Water View Post
    Squats and deads, RC work, DB pullovers or straight arm pull downs for sure. Regular training and LOTS of running.
    Yeah man hit that rotator cuff, you will be glad you did....

  5. thanks for all ur input. my fastball is hittin about 90 -91 MPH more is appreciated.

  6. Quote Originally Posted by Bigguy851 View Post
    thanks for all ur input. my fastball is hittin about 90 -91 MPH more is appreciated.
    s h i t s weak....... I was hitting that in 10th grade

    ok I lied but I threw harder in 10th grade than I do now
    Serious Nutrition Solutions Representative

  7. I play for the rangers. what your gonna wanna do is get all the BSN products you can find. Then get some noexplode along with some hydroxycut hardcore. MAKE SURE ITS THE HARD CORE!
    Then just take the supps and you'll be super good with basbeall.
  8. huh


    you play for the rangers huh? whats ur name and why r u on this anabolic minds site then. bsn products dont work and hyroxycut sucks

  9. I'll be startin on freiday. checkme out then

  10. Quote Originally Posted by Bigguy851 View Post
    you play for the rangers huh? whats ur name and why r u on this anabolic minds site then. bsn products dont work and hyroxycut sucks
    he's just b.s.in or BSN"in"
    Serious Nutrition Solutions Representative
  11. help


    season is over need off season training help till janiary hits

  12. You have to get your legs and core the strongest!

    The power source for a pitcher is legs then core.

    If you don't mind me asking, why would u come here for a training program when u should have S&C trainer on hand w/ a semi pro team?
    All of my friends who moved on to pro and semi-pro has S&C trainers to write and help preform the program.

  13. At the end of the season you should get a position specific, off season workout program. If you don't have one let me know. I have Clemson, Florida state, Cardinal, Mets, and so one that are designed for each position on the field.
  14. I dont


    I don't have a training program for pitchers

  15. Why would u come here for a training program when u should have S&C trainer on hand w/ a semi pro team?
  16. baseball


    The league I am in does not provide any trainers I do not get paid for this league so I guess u could call it an amuteur league. But do u know someone with any workouts for pitchers

  17. They have workouts specific for baseball at www.vastmuscle.com
  

  
 

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