Home // Fitness // Strength Training // Baseball // Baseball Videos

Improve Swing Strength With Evan Longoria

May 20, 2010

Tampa Bay Rays slugger Evan Longoria builds long-ball power by performing BOSU Med Ball Rotational Throws as part of his spring training strength program.

Coming Up

Improve Swing Strength With Evan Longoria
Longoria improves his rotational movements by building his core strength with this Bosu Med Ball Rotational Throw exercise. This strength training exercise is great for baseball players looking to add hitting power. The squatting position works the lower body, and the rotational med ball throws strengthens the upper body and core.

Bosu Med Ball Rotational Throws:

- Maintain Squat position on Bosu ball throughout set
- Keep core tight to maintain balance
- Catch ball on each side of body with full rotation
Sets/Reps: 2-3x10 each side
Advertisement

Connect

Advertisement

Resources

Performance Center

Custom workouts and performance tracking

STACK Fitness

Everything you need to be the fittest you ever

STACK Conditioning

Sport-specific conditioning programs

Coaches and Trainers

Tips and advice for coaches and trainers

Magazine

Latest issues of STACK Magazine

STACK 4W

Women's sports workout, nutrition and lifestyle advice

Gamer

Gaming, entertainment and tech news

Basic Training

Military-style training for athletes

Varsity

High school sports community and content sharing

News

Find the latest news relevant to athletes