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Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Beyond the Warning Track - Serious Core Strength For Baseball Hitting Power!

Beyond the Warning Track - Serious Core Strength For Baseball Hitting Power!
By Brandon Richey

There is only one way to increase your hitting power to take the leather beyond the warning track. In order to be more successful in hitting the baseball with superior force you have got to develop your core strength. As a strength and conditioning professional I can tell you that without significant core strength development your hitting power will always be limited regardless of how much time you spend in the batting cage. Read on if I have your attention.

Core Strength For Baseball Hitting Power!

If you are looking to drastically improve your hitting power then you have got to engage in lifts that will drastically improve the strength of your core midsection and large muscle groups. In order to do optimally do this you have got to execute lifts that are multi-joint in nature and work the big muscle groups. Lifts such as cleans, snatches, get ups, dead lifts, and jerks are all great for helping you to develop serious core strength for your hitting power. If you hit the big muscles you will hit the ball really hard, period!

Another strategy for your baseball core performance is making sure to execute exercises and drills that move you through the transverse plane of motion. This is one of three different planes of motion that the human body is capable of moving through. To explain this more clearly imagine a piece of paper that splits your body into top and bottom halves. This plane moves parallel to the flat ground that you stand on. Anything that moves along this plane such as any rotational type of movement will greatly benefit your hitting power. If you can imagine swinging the bat then you are on the rotational plane. The kettlebell get up is a terrific drill to help you move along at points of the transverse plane. Other drills such as rotational lunges and trunk twists will also work for this particular need.

If you haven't already started to engage in the strategies that I just mentioned then you are missing out on an excellent baseball core workout. Take the time to learn more by accessing and reading more of my articles on the subject for free. Remember that most any baseball player can train hard, but only the champions train smart my friend! Get the results you need in order to perform at the highest level by training for a purpose.

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