Category Archives: Workouts

Baseball Workouts Are Not All or Nothing

Hey guys, we’re into the offseason now, so baseball workouts are at full speed.  I love it! We have guys throwing medicine balls, whipping ropes around, working with bands, and doing a lot of good ole fashioned agility work with some sprinting thrown in for good measure. We love working out, and […]

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How To Set Goals For Baseball

I think goals are the best way to get better at something.  So many guys that I see in the cages day to day are working hard, but not necessarily getting better.  In fact, I’ve seen plenty of them get worse from day to day, because they’re taking a ton of bad […]

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Staying Positive On The Baseball Field Part 4 – Take a Break

Tips For Staying Positive On The Baseball Field In the constant search for an edge in this great game we play, staying positive is a must.  Whenever we let frustration or anger get in the way of our progress, we’re doing a disservice to our development.  There will be ups and downs […]

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Tips For Baseball Tryouts

Tips For Baseball Tryouts Baseball Brains writes content for many people, in many places.  HubPages is one of those places, as it allows us to expose our thoughts and ideas to many new people who may not find our blog. We wrote an article over on HubPages with some great tips for […]

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Effective Baseball Practice – Quality over Quantity

How To Practice Baseball Most Effectively As baseball players head to the cages, to their personal trainers, to camps or clinics or any other training ground it’s important to optimize the training.  Time spent training is not always time spent improving.  In fact, we’ve seen plenty of players take strides backwards in […]

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How to Use Medicine Balls for Baseball Workouts

Why Medicine Balls are Good for Baseball Workouts There might not be anything out there that gives you as much bang for your buck as medicine balls.  Every sort of movement that an athlete should be getting better at can be trained using medicine balls.  In addition to that, anti-movement training, or […]

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Coaching Hitting: Balance

Coaching Hitting Starts With Coaching Balance One of the teaching pillars in our hitting training is balance.  One of the most common issues with young hitters is that they don’t swing from beginning to end, with dynamic balance.  There are many issues within the swing that coaches rightly identify, however often times […]

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