Baseball programs at all levels recognize the competitive edge that can be gained by their athletes through targeted resistance training programs. Every Major League Baseball team, most minor league teams, the top 25 ranked college baseball teams, and even some high schools (depending on the level and size) have a full-time strength and conditioning professional on staff. With strength training, you will gain insights into to how amateur to professional baseball players are trained to gain a winning advantage.

We believe that strength and conditioning allow athletes to reach their full potential. Not only does it reduce the risk of injury but it teaches them to produce better sports-specific movements. 

Strength Training:

Depending on where the athlete stands the program will be focused on building muscle (Hypertrophy) or building strength. This will be specific to each athlete due to the reps and sets given. There will be sport-specific exercises prescribed as well. Each athlete will be given access to their individual program through their phone, allowing them to track and record their progress. 

Conditioning - Speed and Agility:

This will be focused on during the beginning of each session. We personally like to use it as an active warm-up rather than a simple static stretch.

Weighted Ball Training:

This aspect will be taught before the weight lifting portion of the day and after the speed and agility work. Weighted ball training is used to build more efficient throwing patterns so the body can produce high forces during a single throw. Without a good foundation, weighted ball training can be dangerous but that is why we are implementing strength and conditioning as well. Strength and conditioning are the foundation of being able to withstand high forces. With a good foundation, we are able to build up from there. 


14 and younger:

Tuesday: 6:00 PM  - 8:00 PM
Friday: 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

15 and Older:

​Tuesday: 8:00 PM  - 10:00 PM
Wednesday: 8:00 PM  - 10:00 PM

Friday: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Coach: Ubaldo Romo