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Recommended Training Aids
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Pitching is more than just throwing a baseball. Training to become a great baseball pitcher takes the right pitching workouts, the right pitching mechanics and the right work ethic.
The TUFFCUFF Strength and Conditioning Manual For Baseball Pitchers can get you pointed in the right direction by taking the guesswork out of your baseball pitching workouts. But in order to get the most out of your workout program, I suggest that you invest in some lightweight dumbbells, elastic tubing and a medicine ball. All other training aids below are optional, but certainly beneficial to you and your pitching workouts.
"This isn't just a book of useful ideas, it's a practical and detailed manual for a year-round program to build your pitching power and endurance. TUFFCUFF also helps you understand the proper use of exercise equipment." – Richard Todd, Webball.com
Light dumbbells (good!)
Give your rotator cuff a workout with these vinyl-coated dumbbells.
Attach it to a fence and get to work. This surgical tubing packs well for on-field training.
Strengthen your core, improve your stability and prevent back injury.
Speed jump rope
Get in shape with one of the best damn cardio and agility workout devices period.
Light dumbbells (best!)
These neoprene-coated dumbbells will last longer than you can.
Elastic tubing loop
Strengthen your wrists, forearms, scapula and/or hips with this elastic loop.
Train more explosively. These med balls come in 1 kg. increments and bounce.
Strengthen your forearm, wrist, and elbow. Prevent Tommy John injury.
Relieve sore, stiff, tight, cramping, and fatigued muscles and recover faster.
Agility dot mat
Develop quickness with the dot mat, and learn how to change direction with speed and agility.
Step (for scapula)
Provides a low-impact platform for working the rotator cuff, scapula and upper back.
Train stability from the ground up with balance boards and watch your game improve.
Condition your entire body with agility drills that can be done on a baseball field or in a gym.
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