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Five baseball drills to do on your own

One of America’s most treasured sports, baseball, has been a part of most households since its inception. Since the world is still far from being safe, baseball players should stay in shape while staying out of crowded places. Here are five baseball drills to do at home. John F. Eilermann Jr.

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Quick ladder drills ensure that a baseball player’s feet are quick and their whole body agile when sprinting from the batter’s box or zooming toward fly balls. There is no reason to skip footwork training. Backward lunges with a twist help form and strengthen the back muscles. The exercise effectively reduces back injuries while giving the hip flexors a better range of motion. John F. Eilermann Jr..

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The alternating lateral lunge with overhead reach enhances a player’s stability, correcting any imbalance in their muscles. The workout builds mobility and encourages the better transfer of power while improving one’s catching skill. Prone planks strengthen the back and core muscles. In addition, incorporating prone planks in the workout ensures increased stability and balance, which are two incredibly important qualities in baseball players. John F. Eilermann Jr..

Brush up on proper throwing mechanics by practicing staying on target with every toss. While in different positions, maintain the same target to sharpen the skill of throwing. Be sure to keep the movement flawless and fluid with every throw to increase efficiency and effectiveness. Staying in shape can be a challenge during this season, but there should be no excuse not to improve. John F. Eilermann Jr.

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