• We Offer Blending Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization & Strength and Conditioning

    We Offer Blending Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization & Strength and Conditioning

Thursday, February 15, 2018

Velocity Based Training for Baseball

Velocity Based Training for Baseball Players

Training for baseball is something we specialize in at 1RM Performance. We work with baseball players ranging from junior high to professional and everything in between. With all the hours spent working with baseball players, there is one thing you learn: the BEST baseball players are the MOST powerful. Yes, there are insane skills involved, but power is the underlying factor with all high level baseball players. This sounds obvious, but i feel like this often gets over looked, especially in the world of training baseball players. Remeber, Power = Force X Velocity. The amount of power we generate day to day is dependent on the reactivity and sensitivity of an athletes Central Nervous System (CNS). Success in baseball IS CNS dependent, and we have found the key to unlocking the CNS.

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(Avery Tuck and Tommy Goodridge, some of my first guinea pigs that showed massive results with VBT)

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Summer strength and conditioning is about to get rolling here at 1RM Performance. It’s time to let the masses know what’s new! If you’ve trained with us in the past, you know that our programming and our gym are constantly evolving and bringing our athlete's the most badass results they could ask for. Summer 2017 brings even more improvements and evolution of what 1RM Performance is and how we make our athletes better!

 

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