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ESPN Sports Science Explains Hip and Shoulder SEPARATION for various Sports
Turn the hips and shoulder faster
Squats, benchpress, RDLs all have their place in strength training. But training to rotate the body to swing, throw, hit with more power, with improved mechanics, requires specific training.
Sports training needs to be specific to the movement the athlete is doing, hence, athletes that rotates to perform should be training in that same movement pattern and strengthening those muscles, to not only move as close to game like situations, but to get stronger in those movements as well.
How It Works
Specificity of Training - Training with resistance bands while performing actual sports movement is the closest way to strength train the actual hitting and throwing muscles and movements of your sport.
Training specifically will provide maximal carry-over from training into actual game skills & performance.
Hit and throw harder in 3 steps
It's easy as 1-2-3 !
Step 1 -
Put The Hip Harness on
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Step 2 -
Connect resistance band to the hip harness and the other end to any secure surface
Step 3 -
Step away from the anchor point and perform the usual hitting or throwing motion & start feeling the effects of a more powerful swing and throwing motion
"I use it with 7th grade kids all the way to my college kids. It gives them more power in the already balanced swing they have!"
- Greg Riddoch, Former MLB Manager and Player
MLB Manager & Former Player
I hear it every week "My son/daughter has gotten bigger and stronger but he's not hitting or throwing any harder. In fact, they may have gotten worse. Even though they are bigger and definitely stronger, they're slower, less powerful and yet we spent months and a ton of money training!" What Gives?
The unfortunate reality is, while general strength training can help athletes develop bigger muscles and gain additional strength, developing power and speed for specific sports movements is different from simply just getting stronger. While strength is a component of hitting power and arm speed, it requires a special type of strength from specific exercises, performed in a precise way, to actually improve hitting power and arm speed.
Its really more about training movements, the specific movements of the sports skill, like hitting and throwing to improve the power and speed of a specific sports movement. And its not our personal belief or bias, its science.
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ARM & SHOULDER TRAINER
The Powercore Arm & Shoulder Velocity Trainer is a great training system for those athletes who use a throwing or overhead hitting motion.
Basic Hip Training System
This is our Basic Hip Training System. Great for training lower half stability, mobility and power. Super simple, super affordable and ready to use anywhere.
Hip & Arm Training
Our Hip & Arm Training System is a lower half training pack but also comes with accessories that allows integration of arms and legs in to training.
Full Body training System
Our Full Body System is a full body rotation power and mobility powerhouse. Increase full body rotation, separation and mobility, there is no other option out there like this system.
Blake Doyle - MLB Hitting Coach
Steve Fairchild - NFL & NCAA Coach
Terry Pettit - HOF Volleyball Coach
Lauren Howe - LPGA Pro
Greg Riddoch - MLB Coach & Former Player
Ryan Ammerman & Jim Miret
Damion Easely - MLB Player & Coach
Liz Kritzka - Former CU Volleyball Coach
Andy Burns - MLB Player
Bret Williamson - MLB Scout , W/ MLB Player