Category Archive: Recovery & Rehab

Reducing Hip Pain in Softball Pitchers

In this week’s video, I demonstrate a few ways for softball pitchers to actively manage hip pain during the season.

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Preseason Team Conditioning Workout #2

Here is the second preseason or at-practice team conditioning workout that coaches can safely implement with their athletes.

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Preseason Team Conditioning Workout

In this week’s video, I demonstrate a team conditioning workout that coaches can add to tryouts and practices during the preseason. These exercises are space efficient and easy for coaches or parents to instruct.

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Thanksgiving Break Workouts

This week many athletes will be off or home from school. If you’re in the Northeast, you may even be stuck at home due to the impending winter storm. For athletes (and maybe parents) looking to stay fit over the holiday break, or maybe just hoping to burn some calories, I’ve put together a catalog …

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Exercises for Athletes with Back Pain

A real issue many athletes face during the season is playing through pain or with minor injuries. In this video, I demonstrate an exercise routine for athletes (and parents) with back pain. At best, it addresses specific issues that could be contributing to your pain. At least, it is a total body workout you can do at home or at the gym to stay active and fit in case you need to take time off from softball.

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Post-Game Recovery

I was wondering if you have any exercises that you use after a game to help pitchers recover?

This question comes from McKay!

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Making the best of an injury

In this week’s video, I answer a reader question about how to mentally come back from a major injury.

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What to do if You’re Burnt Out or Injured

In this week’s video, I discuss your options following the season if you’re burnt out or injured. Sometimes it’s better for an athlete to hear another perspective outside their own head or household. Below the video, I’ve re-posted videos that cover at-home routines for every component of fitness regardless of your goal or current physical ability. Even if you’re injured, you can get SOMETHING done.

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The Importance of a Good Practice-Rest Balance

You all probably know that adequate rest is important for preventing injury. Believe it or not, it’s also essential for developing solid mechanics early in a pitcher’s development.

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Therapy for your Hands and Feet

If you read our email newsletter, last time you received some great therapy for your often-ignored feet. I decided to share that info with everyone, and include some for your hands too!

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