Develop the tools you need to go from unknown to known and from a prospect to a pro.
Add pitching or throwing velocity
Increase bat speed
Decrease Home to first, 10 & 60 yard time
Increased your reaction time
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ProFORCE's Baseball Performance (BP) program is Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky's only comprehensive athletic performance program for baseball players. The program allows baseball players to increase throwing velocity, bat speed, game speed on the field, reaction time, overall strength, and most importantly decrease their risk of injury. Each athlete is placed through a Functional Movement Screen, Shoulder Movement Screen, and Field Test to create an Athletic Profile that allows for us to pin point their exact weaknesses and address those issues during the program. In the program outline section you will notice that there are four core pieces to each session Mobility, Medicine Ball work, Movement work, and Strength work. The Mobility work is customized based on how the athlete screens out during the athletic profile. Medicine Ball, Movement, and Strength work are divided up between pitchers and position players. Train where the local pros train and train like the pros. Contact us today to find out how to get started.
Outcomes that are expected from the BP program are; increased throwing velocity, increased bat speed, increased power development, decreased 60 sprint times, and will decrease the risk of injury. The BP program also benefits the community by reducing the number of injuries high school and middle school baseball players have. It helps decrease the amount of money parents may in up spending on health care for shoulder and elbow care. Participants of the BP program will also become educated on proper throwing progressions and how to prevent UCL injuries.
The first part of each session is spent on addressing the athlete’s mobility and pillar strength deficiencies (Rotary Stability or Anterior core). We determine the athlete’s deficiencies using the Functional Movement Screen (FMS), Shoulder Movement Screen (SMS), and athletic profiling assessment.
Medicine Ball Work:
The second part of each training session is used to focus on either rotational medicine ball work or overhead medicine. Each of medicine ball exercise is chosen to address power development in the frontal plane or transverse plane. Exercises are used to address pitching, positional, or batting needs of baseball players. As the off-season progresses and players begin to start throwing programs we will focus on non-dominant medicine ball work, and replace medicine ball volume with more movement volume.
After performing medicine ball work we will work on movements that are specific to baseball player’s needs. Frontal plane power development movements, lateral movement skills, and linear movement skills. This program addresses everything from how to strike the ground, how to cut and change directions, and jump and land efficiently. Movement work using the same program formula that all other ProForce programs use and is all done on a progression that is one of the best if not the best in the country at changing biomechanical deficiencies the athlete.
All Strength work will have an emphasis on developing the posterior chain, rotator cuff muscles, and lower body. Each day is a full body workout that involves power development, upper body development, and lower body development. These workouts are then divided up by unilateral/bilateral work, and further divided up by horizontal/vertical movements, and Knee/hip movements.