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Elite Baseball Development Podcast
26 minutes | Oct 21, 2021
108. October 2021 Q&A
In this episode, Eric Cressey answers a few of our audience's questions including: why some individual's come back stronger from Tommy John, what are the biggest mistakes made with long toss, and is it important to perform direct strengthening work for the forearm, wrists, and hands of throwers.
58 minutes | Oct 13, 2021
107. The Pitching Lifespan w/ Jordan Kraus
CSP-MA Pitching Coordinator Jordan Kraus dives into developing pitchers of all ages from youth athletes to high schoolers to high level college and professional arms.
80 minutes | Oct 6, 2021
106. Proteus Rotational Training and Assessment w/ Sam Miller and Will Waterman
CEO Sam Miller and Head of Performance and Sports Science Will Waterman of Proteus Motion talk the capabilities of the company and their innovative system, their developments in power testing and assessments, and how they are working to revolutionize strength and conditioning.
36 minutes | Sep 29, 2021
105. Eric Haase
Catcher for the Detroit Tigers Eric Haase talks progressing through the ranks of the minor leagues, developing at the catching position, managing playing multiple defensive positions at the big league level, and his in-season and off-season training regimens.
46 minutes | Sep 22, 2021
104. Chi Chi Gonzales
Pitcher for the Colorado Rockies Chi Chi Gonzales touches on his experience as a late bloomer from southern Florida, his development into a big league arm, and his ability to excel as both a starter and reliever.
30 minutes | Sep 15, 2021
103. Should Pitchers Take Time Off From Throwing?
In this solo podcast, EC answers if pitchers should take time off from throwing in the off-season. Should pitchers shut it down or keep it moving?
51 minutes | Sep 8, 2021
102. The Reconditioning Roundtable
Hosted by the PitchingNinja himself, Rob Friedman, Eric Cressey and Alan Jaeger dive into the shortcomings of current rehab throwing protocols and how ballplayers can best rebuild, revamp, and recondition their arms to return to game speed.
45 minutes | Sep 1, 2021
101. Jose Trevino
Catcher for the Texas Rangers, Jose Trevino, discusses transitioning to catching as a youth athlete, gaining intangible skills to excel at the big league level, and making the most of his catching development.
44 minutes | Jun 22, 2021
100. Current Concepts in Performance Training w/ Dan Pfaff
Renowned track and field coach Dan Pfaff joins us on the podcast to discuss current concepts in performance training including elasticity vs. stiffness in plyometrics, individualizing training regimes, managing workload and mitigating injury, and the value of strength for athletes.
30 minutes | Jun 10, 2021
99. Daniel Ponce de Leon
Pitcher for the St. Louis Cardinals Daniel Ponce de Leon joins Eric on the show to discuss his unorthodox collegiate career, his journey to the big league stage, and the details of mastering his craft.
67 minutes | May 27, 2021
98. High Performance Nutrition Principles w/ Brian St. Pierre
Precision Nutrition's Director of Nutrition Brian St. Pierre touches on the foundational principles of high quality nutrition and elaborates on his journey as a dietitian delivering life-changing, research-driven health and fitness coaching.
61 minutes | May 20, 2021
97. The Next Generation of Biomechanics w/ Dr. Scott Selbie
President of HAS-Motion, Director of Research at C-Motion, and CEO of Theia Markerless Dr. Scott Selbie joins us on the show to discuss the history of biomechanical modeling in baseball, the power of data science, specifically predictive modeling, for the health and performance of athletes, and where the future of biomechanics is headed.
43 minutes | May 13, 2021
96. Developing Pre- and Post-Throwing Routines w/ Tanner Allen
In this episode, physical therapist Tanner Allen elaborates on establishing pre- and post-throwing routines.
36 minutes | May 5, 2021
95. Lessons Learned From Orthopedic Surgery
15 weeks ago Eric went under the knife for a meniscus repair on his left knee. The procedure has turned out to be one of his most coveted continuing education experiences, and in this episode, he highlights the 10 lessons he has learned in the process of his recovery.
39 minutes | Apr 28, 2021
94. Jimmy Nelson
Reliever for the LA Dodgers Jimmy Nelson talks about his progression and breakthrough into the big leagues, developing elite feel for spinning various pitches, his mentality for consistently dominating the best hitters in the game, the compounding nature of his injury history, and why he is known as a recovery rockstar at CSP.
44 minutes | Mar 26, 2021
93. Nick Wittgren
Reliever for the Cleveland Indians Nick Wittgren discusses his transition to becoming a pitcher-only in junior college, advancing the ranks of minor league baseball, developing his pitch mix to an MLB caliber arsenal, and his training and throwing routine in and out of season.
41 minutes | Mar 18, 2021
92. March 2021 Q&A
In this swapcast with Inform Performance, Ben Ashworth and Andy McDonald question EC on programming, anatomical considerations, and workload management.
55 minutes | Mar 11, 2021
91. Daniel Bard
2020 NL Comeback Player of the Year Daniel Bard talks about his journey to being a 100 mph arm, his battle with command and brief hiatus from playing, and what it took to resurrect his career and join the Colorado Rockies.
73 minutes | Mar 3, 2021
90. Understanding Asymmetry w/ Ron Hruska
Founder of the Postural Restoration Institute Ron Hruska discusses the normalcy of asymmetry, managing asymmetry to maximize performance, and the profound educational work being done at PRI.
41 minutes | Feb 24, 2021
89. Lat Injuries in Baseball w/ Dr. Anthony Romeo
One of the nation's leading orthopedic surgeons Dr. Anthony Romeo discusses the evolution of shoulder surgical procedures and diagnosing and treating arm injuries in throwing populations, specifically lat and teres major injuries.
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