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Baseball Players: Use These Exercises to Improve Your Bat Speed

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Pete Rose's 6 Tips for Breaking out of a Slump

Ted Williams once said that hitting a baseball is the most difficult thing to do in sports. Pete Rose made it look effortless. Rose's 4,256 care...

The One Pitch That Gives Mike Trout Trouble—And What He's Doing to Change That

Mike Trout became an everyday MLB player in 2012. He's since racked up seven All-Star selections, five Silver Slugger Awards, and two AL MVPs. Trou...

Why Every Baseball Player, Regardless of Age, Should Care About Their Launch Angle and Exit Velocity

Launch angle. It's a term that was barely uttered five years ago, yet it's quickly become one every modern baseball player needs to know. Launch...

How to Teach Youth and Little League Players Proper Baseball Hitting Mechanics

Let's say you're a baseball coach, but not a "used to play minor league ball and have dedicated my life to the sport" type of coach. You're more like,...

How to Build an Effective Med Ball Workout for Softball

We all know medicine ball work is great for developing rotational power. Despite that, many coaches get hung up on deciding what drills to program and...

4 Essential Training Tips for Baseball Players

As one of the top performance training companies in the world, EXOS is always on the cutting-edge with their training. They were an early pioneer of N...

Do Home Run Derbies Actually Screw Up Your Baseball Swing?

There has always been debate among those in baseball as to the effect that participating in the Home Run Derby will have on a player's second half...

How Andrew McCutchen Broke Out of The Biggest Slump of His Career

May 23, 2017. After going 0-for-5 in a loss to the Atlanta Braves, Andrew McCutchen saw his batting average slide to .200. One sports writer claims...

6-Foot-7, 282-Pound Yankees Rookie Aaron Judge Is Absolutely Demolishing Baseballs

Aaron Judge is enormous. The 24-year-old rookie right fielder for the New York Yankees measures 6-foot-7, 282 pounds. That's freakish size for an N...

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