Georgia Baseball's Dynamic Warm-Up
January 20, 2009
Bulldog softball strength and conditioning coach Tyler Jorgensen discusses his summer off-season training philosophy.
About the Video
Tyler Jorgensen: We're going to come in, early off-season, and focus on some functional stuff at first doing three to three four days of strength work with your squats
, lunges, power work, Olympic lift, just build that base back up so they're ready to go again and handle the rigors of the true off season. A lot of times they've been off and haven't been in the weight room for a few weeks so I'm not going to throw them under the bush right away and I'm not going to be able to get much out of them.
The circuit training, I'll do that early off season. During the later off-season, pre-season, I'm not going to do much circuit of the conditioning work
. We're going to do that out on the diamond, out on the field, where you're still working on the muscles groups that we need to work and getting the conditioning aspect out of it as well. So we get in, we warm up, go through that circuit so they're in and out in about an hour.