If you’re a Patriots fan like me, this truly is a happy Monday morning. Now that Tom Brady has cemented his spot as the greatest quarterback of all time, it’s time for us to look ahead to the best time of year: baseball season.
Our pro guys at Cressey Sports Performance are gearing up to report for Spring Training in mid-February, so they’ve already got a solid off-season of strength training under their belts. Watching them crush their workouts day in and day out, it blows my mind that some players and coaches still think baseball players shouldn’t lift weights.
With power arms and power bats dominating today’s game, you’ve got two choices: get stronger or get left behind. Very few players can get by on their skills alone these days, so it’s important to devote your off-season to a properly-written strength training program. And getting strong means avoiding these 5 baseball strength training myths that I unveil in my latest article for STACK Media: