02
20
2017

The Meaning of “Sport-Specific” in Baseball Training

Go to just about any baseball field in the country and you are bound to hear the term “Sport Specific” a handful of times in reference to strength training. Whether it be players, coaches, or parents, they all want the same thing: performance training that adequately matches the demands...

02
16
2017

Analyzing Lower Half Pitching Mechanics Using Force Plates

This article was written Engineer/Researcher Joe Marsh and lightly edited for content by Kyle Boddy, Director of Research and Development. What We Currently Know About the Lower Half Essentially, nothing. There are studies which have linked lower half force production to ball velocity, and other stu...

02
07
2017

Blending to the Mound

This is the second 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) Rethinking January¬†Bullpens How athletes prepare fo...

01
29
2017

Developing an In-Season Training Routine – Part III

In the first piece of this three-part series we discussed the overall importance of in-season training for the high school baseball player, and how it fits, philosophically, within the context of the spring baseball season. Part two covered the considerations that should be taken when planning out t...

01
23
2017

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

In part one of this three-part series we discussed some initial considerations to account for when developing an in-season training program for the high school baseball team. In summary, Part I established the overall purpose of strength-training and performance training in-season, and the importanc...