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Baseball Physical Training
Kevin Barr        
Published: Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Baseball Physical-Training: What to Expect

 Do NOT expect changes to occur overnight.

  Measurable baseball physical-training benefits require consistency, effort, & commitment.

Week 1 to 3

  No measurable change in bodyweight.

  No measurable increase in muscle.

  No measurable decrease in % body fat.

  No measurable increase in strength.

  No measurable increase in power.

Week 4 to 7

  Slight change in bodyweight.

  Slight increase in muscle.

  Slight decrease in % body fat.

  Slight increase in strength.

  Slight increase in power.

Week 8 & Beyond

  Significant change in bodyweight.

  
Significant increase in muscle.

  Significant decrease in % body fat.

  Significant increase in strength.

  Significant increase in power.


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