Although baseball players may not be as susceptible to injury as many other athletes, they are still extremely vulnerable to dehydration and heat illness. When baseball players fail to take proper hydration precautions, they run the risk of seriously damaging their bodies and tarnishing their playing abilities. Although dehydration may […]
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Baseball and softball consumers are now faced with all sorts of difficult buying decisions when it comes to purchasing a bat. One important decision that players must now face is deciding what type of material should be at their fingertips when they step foot to the plate. In the early […]
1) Hydrate Being hydrated is a necessity in order to perform at your peak level. Hours before tryouts begin you should already be drinking water to ensure that you will be hydrated come time for warm-ups. 2) Show Up Early If you show up on-time, then you are already late. […]
1. Air Vents Adding air vents to a helmet is a quick tweak that makes a huge difference. Helmet manufacturers are now creating helmets with air vents to maximize athletes comfort on the field. When added to a helmet, air vents circulate cool air into the helmet to help prevent […]
One of the most complex things in baseball is hitting the ball. To improve at hitting we recommend breaking the swing down to its six core features and then mastering each one. Step 1: Loading While no two coaches agree on much when it comes to hitting, almost all agree […]
The first thing to address after purchasing a new baseball or softball bat is whether or not you actually need to break it in. If you have purchased a composite bat, the answer is yes. However, most aluminum bats do not require a break-in period and are hot straight out […]