As a baseball athlete, you need to consider two important aspects of your training: total body strength and explosive power. There are muscle imbalances caused naturally by the sport of baseball. For example, you swing the bat from one side. You run around the bases in one direction. You plant with the same foot over and over to throw. This means strength imbalances in your quads, hamstrings, forearms, chest, shoulders and back—all the key baseball muscles—naturally develop and must be corrected during training. With our baseball program we are able to find these imbalances and correct them in order to maximize each athletes overall performance.