Baseball is a sport that is built around speed and power.
Train like the game is played.
When was the last time you saw a movement that was done slowly on a baseball field?
Throwing and hitting are all single-event explosive actions. There is nothing that happens slowly on a baseball field...
So why would you train in that fashion?
The most popular part of Zach Dechant's new book, Movement Over Maxes, is Chapter #3: Speed and Acceleration, which reveals the exact system used to train some of the best collegiate and professional baseball players.
(This should be the foundation for your S&C program.)
For a limited time, you can get instant access to Zach's 16-page PDF report on Speed and Acceleration for FREE...
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Zach Dechant has served as the Senior Assistant Director of Strength & Conditioning at TCU since 2008. He oversees the development of Baseball, as well as the Quarterback Development for Football.
During baseball off-seasons, Dechant trains a group of 30+ current MLB/MiLB Frogs.
Zach is certified through the CSCCa, NSCA, FMS-1, and the USAW.