Baseball Strength and Conditioning, and Injury Prevention

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Baseball Strength and Conditioning, and Injury Prevention

Baseball Strength and Conditioning, and Injury Prevention (and other sports) from UPMC, Sports Medicine Website

Playing multiple baseball games per week — along with the repetitive motion of overhead throwing — causes stress to the musculoskeletal system and exposes players to overuse injuries.

More than 30 million children and teenagers participate in organized sports today. About 288,000 of those are injured each year playing baseball

To view website and information, click >Here

(click around the baseball area of this site and its links to see all information, as there is much to see)

Notes/Disclaimer: Before attempting any of the strength/conditioning excerises and injury prevention methods listed at the linked to Website above, contact your Medical Doctor, or your Child's Medical Doctor to confirm if these methods are conducive or not to your personal, or child's personal health.