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13
2017

Building Your Team’s In-Season Training Plan – Part I

The competitive high school baseball season is nearly upon us. As 2017 has finally arrived, many southern states are merely a handful of weeks away from tryouts, leaving very little time left for planning. Even the northern states who observe a true winter will see their first pitches thrown sooner...

01
10
2017

Coaches Series: Winter Break Training Program for Pitchers

This is the first of several articles written by former Driveline trainer and now Head Coach at Lake Erie College, Cam Castro, detailing the application of Driveline’s programs and equipment at the small-college level (Twitter:@Castro_Turf).  How to Prepare for the Season on a Small School Bud...

01
05
2017

Training Hitters with Overload and Underload Implements

Driveline Hitting is proud to announce the release of the Axe Bat Speed Trainers, powered by Driveline Baseball! So, how did we get here? When I interviewed for the position of Lead Hitting instructor at Driveline, Kyle was very particular about one thing. It was imperative that the hitting program...

12
27
2016

Does Arm Speed in Pitchers Matter?

A common criticism of training using overload/underload implements is that training using weighted balls only trains arm speed, and that such a training method either: Increases the chance of an arm-related injury Doesn’t improve velocity as arm speed is similar across all ages despite differi...