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    Not much else you can do. Just keep stretching...

    Not much else you can do. Just keep stretching the calf and strengthening the front of her lower leg. Try to gradually work your way down to a smaller and smaller heel lift each week and hopefully...
  • It's a noble idea, but pretty hard to execute....

    It's a noble idea, but pretty hard to execute. Training age of the athlete, time/energy demands of the sport, injuries, drill sergeant coaches - all these things make it extremely hard to make any...
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    I'm sure every powerlifter will have their own...

    I'm sure every powerlifter will have their own training philosophy, but I share space with a powerlifting gym and I personally know multiple world and national record holders. Most do very little...
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    I guess - dead bugs, quadruped diagonals, Russian...

    I guess - dead bugs, quadruped diagonals, Russian twists, etc.

    As long as you are doing your core lifts, your abs need very little, if any, direct strengthening. Most core exercises should focus...
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    Deadlift, squat, OHP, push-up, pull-up, inverted...

    Deadlift, squat, OHP, push-up, pull-up, inverted row, single-leg deadlift, lunge,....

    ...all with good form of course.
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    Not true and not true. I can assure you that the...

    Not true and not true. I can assure you that the most violent action in sports (pitching) puts much more than 5 pounds of pressure on your shoulder. Also, the shoulder is the most mobile joint in the...
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    Good luck to you. I hope you make it!

    Good luck to you. I hope you make it!
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    It appears you are still a little misguided. Here...

    It appears you are still a little misguided. Here are a couple resources that you should appreciated. Rather than arguing with you I will let you read up. I will say one thing in regards to your...
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    More strong statements... 90% a baseball...

    More strong statements...

    90% a baseball player's workout should be the same as a football player or a hockey player - squat, bench, deadlift, row, etc. As you added, throwing is stressful on your...
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    Wonder if Matt Holliday does more than 5 pounds?...

    Wonder if Matt Holliday does more than 5 pounds? http://i47.tinypic.com/ehygxc.jpg
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    Strong statement.

    Strong statement.
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    Thoracolumbar strain - it connects your lats to...

    Thoracolumbar strain - it connects your lats to your glutes/ITB.

    - Roll upper lats, glutes, and ITB.
    - Stabilize core.
    - Correct your squat and OHP form.

    ...that'd be my guess at least.
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    If you are training primarily for strength and...

    If you are training primarily for strength and power, a deload week can be a good time to work on your oxidative energy systems. You could do a super low intensity circuit, or some form of...
  • a_emory you are teetering on insanity. Here's...

    a_emory you are teetering on insanity.

    Here's a crazy idea - maybe that baseball prospect was incredibly skilled and athletic before trying Crossfit, and after training for a period of time with...
  • Comparing high jump mechanics to vertical jump...

    Comparing high jump mechanics to vertical jump mechanics is about as intelligent as assuming a person's jumping ability based on the color of their skin.
  • Your broscience is strong.

    Your broscience is strong.
  • The two are actually pretty strongly correlated,...

    The two are actually pretty strongly correlated, but like anything else each is its own skill, so if you practice one more than the other your numbers could be skewed. 60s are pretty technique...
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    BRO, that's hand timed. I'd say at best you run a...

    BRO, that's hand timed. I'd say at best you run a 4.1, MAYBE a 4.0. It's still a little above average for a high school kid though!
  • Bad form could be from poor mobility/stability,...

    Bad form could be from poor mobility/stability, but it could also be bad coaching, lack of reps, and poor motor control.

    Do MLB pitchers have bad throwing form when they're throwing over 100mph...
  • The poor functioning scapula/t-spine IS what...

    The poor functioning scapula/t-spine IS what causes the over-use of the rotator. All baseball players throw thousands of balls, all swimmers swim thousands of meters, why don't all these athletes...
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