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The 567 Pitcher (and other cool stuff) with Paul Reddick

Paul Reddick Baseball on Dr Chris McKenzie

  Listen on iTunes Listen on Sitcher   I first heard Paul on a non-baseball related podcast.  I was impressed with what he was saying from a motivational standpoint, and the tactics he used to create this motivation; both in business and for those that he mentored in baseball.  I liked Paul's intensity, and his [...]

Baseball Rotator Cuff Tendonitis: Part 1 and 2. Diagnosis and Self Treatment.

Baseball Rotator Cuff Tendonitis

  As you may have gathered, the rotator cuff is responsible for rotating the shoulder, but its significance to a baseball player like yourself is much more crucial. The rotator cuff is made up of 4 muscles; 3 on the back of the shoulder and 1 on the front.       As a baseball [...]

Driveline Baseball with Kyle Boddy

Kyle Boddy on the Sliding Home Podcast

  Listen on iTunes and Stitcher.   Great Episode with Kyle Boddy! It's gets a little technical, but one thing is for sure: WE DON'T FULLY UNDERSTAND WHY VELOCITY IMPROVEMENT HAPPENS.  Kyle is more of a biomechanist for baseball players--pitchers more specifically.  The days of "you need to do more X, Y, Z" are still [...]

Prevent Tommy John Injuries: 6 Step Process

Prevent Tommy John Injury

Do you want to know the secret to preventing Tommy John Injuries?  It's not really a secret! In the video are 6 tips or a 6 step process for reducing the chance of having a Tommy John injury.   A Tommy John injury is when the main ligament on the inside part of the elbow, [...]

Baseball Conditioning Myths

Baseball Conditioning Myths 2

Ah baseball conditioning, a topic of great debate.   Lets bust some myths!   Myth #1: In order to increase a baseball players’ stamina, to be able to play the whole game at 100%, the baseball player needs to run long distances.     Myth #2:  Running longer distances is able to get the toxins and [...]

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