Introducing… Ultimate Forearm Training for Baseball.
Why Grip Strength is Important to Baseball
The hands hold and control the bat. While the legs generate power and the core initiates movement, the hands are what actually takes the bat to where it is supposed to go and what transfer all the leg and core power through the bat and into the ball.
Pitching involves transferring the power generated by the legs and core throughout the wind-up into the ball by snapping the wrist like the end of a bull whip. Pitching also involves the ability to angle the wrist through varying degrees of rotation and deviation for pitches such as curveballs, sliders, sinkers, and screwballs.
Catchers themselves have to play about 1/2 of the game with their mitt held wide open for the pitcher to use as a target. How worn out is your forearm at the end of a game? Preparing the forearms for catching requires a completely different approach, shown in this manual.
How many times have we experienced or seen on TV a player applying a tag only to see the ball pop out at the last second and no out is recorded? What if you don’t have time to cover up the glove with your off hand? This movement pattern is called pinching and requires specific strategies to train, and the equipment you need is already in your weight room or garage.
How many times have we seen outfielders dive for a ball only to roll their wrist underneath them and miss half the season or more? With correct lower arm strengthening protocols, we can strengthen everything from the elbow down in order to make it more resilient against injury and allow us to bounce back quicker if we do experience an injury of this kind.
When you slide there is always a chance for us to bend a wrist too far back, jam a finger on a bag or shoe, or get stepped on by a cleat. We have to do everything we can to make our hands bullet proof, and this can be done with the short and concise workouts.
Baseball is loaded with unilateral movement and imbalance. Throwing, Pitching, Non-Switch Hitting, and Catching are all examples of things we do with one side of the body but not the other. This leads to cumulative trauma throughout various parts of our bodies and eventually injury and downtime. This problem is compounded by improper grip training practices.
Your hands are involved in almost every facet of the game.
Finally, thanks to the Ultimate Forearm Training for Baseball Manual, you will be able to MAXIMIZE all of the benefits of a strong grip!
Think about this for just a second…
Wouldn’t it be cool to increase the number of home runs you hit?
Think of how great it would be to turn those lazy fly balls into line drive shots.
How awesome would it be to get a scholarship to play baseball at that college you’ve got your eye on?
Think of the attention from scouts you are going to get when you develop the hands and forearms that let you dominate on the field.
Ultimate Forearm Training for Baseball manual is the only one of its kind.
Take a look at the unbelievable content the Ultimate Forearm Training for Baseball includes…
- Why Grip and Forearm Strength is Important
- How to Prevent Common Injuries and Conditions of the Lower Arm Associated with Baseball
- How the Lower Arms Work to Produce Strength in Conjunction with the Rest of Your Body
- Over 200 pages of Grip Strength Exercises that are extremely easy to add into your current strength training program
- Over 60 pages dedicated to ways you can prevent injuries and rehabilitate the ones you already have in your lower arms
- 9 Necessary Recovery and Prevention Methods you need to be doing now
- 15 Indispensable Tools you can buy or build to prevent injuries from ever happening
- 19 Recuperative Services that will help your Baseball performance
- 20 Sample Grip Strength Workouts already set up for you, that include warm-ups, primary and secondary movements, as well as preventive tactics to make your hands and arms BULLETPROOF
- A Year-Round Strength Training Program featuring lower arm training, PLUS FULL-BODY STRENGTH TRAINING, PERIODIZATION, WARM-UP, & MOBILITY WORK
- 7 Conventional Pieces of strength training equipment you already have at the gym that you can use to build your grip strength
- 4 sport-specific implements you can modify to build grip strength without harming your sport-specific techniques and mechanics
- 5 Home Made pieces of Grip Training equipment that you can make in less than 15 minutes, most for less than 15 bucks
- 12 cross-training implements that you already have in your shed or garage, or that you can buy at the nearest hardware store to start building scary grip strength right away
- 16 specialized pieces of grip training equipment that are available on the market that you may not even be aware of because of their limited exposure on the strength training market
Remember, Grip and Forearm strength are involved in just about every facet of the game of baseball. You need to train this stuff the right way for the best results.
It’s time to get out of the Busch Leagues doing the same old tired exercises like wrist curls and wrist roller. It’s time to hit your grip at all angles. The Ultimate Forearm Training for Baseball manual will show you how.
Ultimate Forearm Training for Baseball