Sport Psychology, Training

Baseball and Gaining the Off-Season Advantage

This article was originally posted on Rebel Performance.com The off-season can pass by in the blink of an eye.  Even though the cold and dark months between November and March remind you nothing of the game of baseball they are the most crucial for ensuring you’ll be at your best come opening day. What you do… Continue reading Baseball and Gaining the Off-Season Advantage

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Training

How to Perform the Back to Wall Shoulder Flexion

In today’s video CDSF coaches Mike Sirani and Dan Jones go over the back to wall shoulder flexion. The back to Wall Shoulder Flexion is a warm-up exercise we use at CDSF to teach athletes and lifters good overhead shoulder motion without compensating through the lower back. If you’re an overhead athlete or train overhead with exercises like overhead… Continue reading How to Perform the Back to Wall Shoulder Flexion

Training

How to Modify Traditional Barbell Lifts for Overhead Athletes

No one has ever gotten weaker from bench pressing, barbell overhead pressing, or back squatting. But many have been injured and have experienced setbacks from incorrectly performing or programming these lifts. When training with these exercises, an injury is most likely to occur for at least one of these four reasons: Incorrect Technique Poor Mobility… Continue reading How to Modify Traditional Barbell Lifts for Overhead Athletes