Here’s a high school baseball strength and conditioning workout thats been implemented at one of the area high schools. Like every other high school workout, it’s highly dependent on the resources and time available. It’s practical and time efficient.
Most of the baseball players in high school don’t just play baseball. So, one of the ideas behind the workout is keeping movements consistent with other workouts they may be participating in throughout the year. It’s pretty basic strength training, which is all they need.
It has a few shoulder girdle exercises, goes into some upper body pressing and pulling, shoulders and neck, then finishes with the lower body. It’s meant to be completed twice a week on non-consecutive days. It provides a good template to record progress and, if anything, it provides a systematic plan to follow. Feel free to post questions about specific exercises and I’ll be sure to get back to ya.
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Adam Stoyanoff is a former collegiate strength coach and co-founder of UltimateStrengthAndConditioning.com. He works with athletes of all ages and levels and specialized in the natural development of strength.
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