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Sunday, January 16, 2011

Thinking About Baseball Training

Thinking About Baseball Training
By Jeffery A Wise

Recently I've been interested about what players and coaches do and think about during the off season. I've talked to many people and found that one thing on their minds is baseball training.

Players especially want to improve during the off season so they can be well equipped and play better when the spring season arrives. For most high schools that season begins in February.

There are several ways for players to improve during the off season, including playing fall ball, participating in winter baseball camps and participating in baseball training. Indoor batting cages and facilities will allow you to practice as often as you want.

It's a good idea for all high school players to train in the off season. Some players ages 12-14 may also benefit from training as it will help them take their skills to the next level.

Don't let cold weather keep you from training. There are indoor facilities all over North America and many schools now allow student athletes to practice in the gym during certain times. If all else fails, bundle up and hit the ball fields. That's what we did in Washington State when I was growing up. It only takes a few minutes of running around to get used to cold temperatures.

When training, consider a baseball specific workout, conditioning and nutrition program. These will help you get stronger as the years go by and keep your body in shape to last through the rigorous season. Avoid unhealthy, fattening foods. Do your body good and eat right. This will go a long way with your baseball training.

You can also participate in baseball training by locating materials that you can read and watch. Remember, baseball is largely a mental sport. The more information you know, the more likely it will translate physically during games.

Jeffery A Wise invites you to learn more about baseball training so that you can become a better hitter and help your team win. Start learning today at our site through articles, blog posts and videos and start hitting the baseball with confidence.

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