Is strength training different for pitchers and hitters?

Is strength training different for pitchers and hitters?

Yes and no. The vast majority of the strength training for pitchers and hitter is going to be very similar except there are 3 things we need to account for in each group: Volume, Athleticism, and Exercise Prescription. For more info on this topic check out the video by Lead Strength Trainer, Kyle Rogers, titled Differences and Similarities when Programming Lifting for Hitters and Pitchers found on DrivelinePLUS.

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