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Baseball Agility Guidelines

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Kevin Barr        
Published: Monday, October 08, 2012

Baseball Agility-Guidelines

 Use Agility as warm-up for speed & power drills.

•  Do Agility BEFORE lower-body strength training.

•  Use simple movement patterns to improve athleticism.

•  Use good form & technique. Do not increase speed until technique is perfected.

•  Train at game-speed. Drills should be short & intense, simulating baseball-actions.

•  Full-recovery for muscles between drills required to improve game-speed movement.

•  Begin with low-intensity & frequency of work.

•  Use drills that provide rapid change of lateral, forward, & backward movement.

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