Remote Training Spotlight: A Deep Dive into Pitt Commit Antonio Doganiero

Lefty pitcher Antonio Doganiero (Class 2024), came to us for remote training through the Baseball U Anthracite travel program in Pennsylvania, this past October after a recent commitment to the University of Pittsburgh baseball program.  He was looking to improve his overall performance on the mound.  When Antonio started his remote program (6′ – 167 lbs.) he was sitting 83-84 mph.  This past weekend, Antonio was sitting 86-88, and he touched 89.3 mph.  There is obviously much more to come here.  But, how did we do this on a remote basis in 4-5 months?

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What to Consider with In-Season Baseball Workouts

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At this time of the year, after a full off-season of strength training, upcoming tryouts and practices, sitting on the bench in a kyphotic posture and waiting to get your reps on the mound are a few of the variables that can wreak havoc on an athlete’s body and more importantly his arm/shoulder. There are several considerations when you’re looking to maintain your strength and mobility with in-season baseball workouts.

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How to Get Better at Stealing Bases by Improving Your Running Technique

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When I think of some of the biggest bangs for the buck, I often think of my time studying the principles of speed and quickness with Lee Taft. Many of the principles that I learned from Lee have been implemented into our Speed Program which we run in Jan and Feb. Below is a brief summary of some of the principles that we incorporate on base stealing in our speed program to help our athletes become faster on the field.

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How Do You Stack up?

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How do you stack up?  Enter your email below and find out for yourself where you stack up in weight, height and physical ratio vs. Freshmen college players at the Top 20 Division I, II and III baseball programs.

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How to Optimize Core Training for Pitchers and Players

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Rotational power is pure gold for training rotational athletes such as baseball players. Whether you are a pitcher or a position player, it serves not only as the bridge for transferring lower body strength and power to the upper body, but also is ground zero for initiating that force and sending it into the lower half to be absorbed by the ground. This is known as Ground Reaction Force, a major player in helping to increase angular velocities up the chain and eventually into the ball and bat.

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How to Protect the Baseball Player’s UCL

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In the E-book below, we are going to review how we help stabilize and protect pitchers and baseball players’ UCL (also known as the Tommy John ligament) with several exercises we perform here at RPP.  By following this protocol, we can help stabilize the injured elbow and prevent injury recurrence both before the initiation of a progressive throwing program as well as after.

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How to Increase Your Pitching Velocity in the Weight Room

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There are 10 topics that every pitcher’s strength training program MUST ADDRESS.  These topics are easy to incorporate in any training program and when incorporated properly can help increase your velocity.

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What to Expect after Tommy John Surgery

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During the past several years, we have been rehabbing many ball players sent to us by various well-renowned surgeons in the NY/NJ area with great success. Today, we are going to cover a topic that unfortunately has become more mainstream than ever, What to Expect after Tommy John Surgery? We’re going to review what goes into bringing a pitcher or position payer back from Tommy John surgery as QUICKLY and as SAFELY as possible.

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Top Six Med Ball Drills for Pitchers and Ball Players

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Top six med ball drills that every pitcher and player’s strength training program should be doing this off-season, along with year-round programming suggestions.  Enter your email address below and your copy of the “Top Six Med Ball Drills for Pitchers and Ball Players” will be sent directly to your email address.  Don’t forget to give us a follow on Instagram / Twitter!