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  • Sean Cochran - Junior Golf Exercise Book
    Single Arm Dumbbell Row Performance Exercise

    The development of lower and upper body strength is imperative for all athletes. Increases in total body strength allow the athlete the potential to generate more power, reduce injury, and increase overall performance during competition. The athlete, coach, and trainer must recognize the kinetic chain operates as a collective unit to perform athletic actions during competition. As a result, the strength and conditioning program of the athlete must develop the neuromuscular system of the body in accordance to the requirements......

  • ERIC HASERT/TREASURE COAST NEWSPAPERS Images of New york Mets Spring Training workouts on the back fields of the Tradition Field complex in Port St. Lucie on Saturday February 22, 2014.
    Plyometric Training for the Sport of Baseball

    Plyometrics are a specialized type of training modality developing the power outputs of the kinetic chain. Bat speed, change of direction, and sprinting in the sport of baseball all incorporate a power component. As a result, a strength and conditioning program for the sport of baseball should entail modalities to increase the power outputs of the baseball athlete. Power Power can be defined as the ability of the neuromuscular system to exert the greatest amount of force in a short......

  • Sean Cochran - Junior Golf Exercise Book
    Lunge Position Cable Rotations Performance Exercise

    The ability of the athlete to maintain stabilization of the lumbo-pelvic-hip complex while generating rotary movement patterns with the hips and shoulders is imperative. The majority of rotary sports require the athlete to generate speed in a transverse plane. In order to complete this requirement efficiently, the athlete must have adequate levels of mobility in the hips, thoracic spine, and shoulders. In addition, it is necessary for the athlete to organize the spine and maintain stability in the lumbo-pelvic-hip complex.......