Our guys that are elite, whether thats pro/college, we can give them a 5 oz ball or a 14 oz ball, and they have the same arm mechanics every time. That allows us to see the repeatable mechanics.
I think its important to make this distinction. We are building athletes that happen to play baseball, we’re not building just baseball players
If we view our athlete their own unique being, then I think thats where we get really good results and really quickly.
If you dont have any movement restrictions and you can hit all of the metrics of the 90 MPH formula wit h quality form you are exponentially less likely for injury and exponentially more likely to throw 90
I think as a coach we can all agree that 2 of our goals are, how can we keep everyone healthy and how can we win a ton of games.
As far as in season lifts go, we lift heavy. We do a lot of 3x3. They get volume of work from playing, so we challenge them with power and get them out so they can go home and eat and recover.