MISSION: Our mission is to re-define sports conditioning and provide athletes with the education, tools and environment to enhance their athletic potential and maximize athletic longevity.
HIGH PERFORMANCE BASEBALL PROGRAM: Prime's High Performance baseball programs are the most innovative and progressive training programs in baseball. We combine athletic experience, education, and proven methods to bring your baseball game to the next level. EXPERTISE: Prime’ Sport Performance has established itself as the ‘go to’ performance facility in the baseball community due to it’s success in improving athleticism, pitching velocity, bat speed and sprinting.
Whether you are a pro, a college prospect, or a young minor baseball player, Prime' Sport Performance has the methods, experience and the right team to take you to the next level and beyond.
IN-SEASON TRAINING GOALS:
1. Maintain body weight Here at Prime', we spend all off-season putting 10, 15, and sometimes 20 pounds on athletes to help increase their ability to produce force. In sports, the ability to produce force is king, the limiting factor for many youth athletes is the ability to produce large amounts of force. A larger person has a better chance of producing force. If your mass is decreasing throughout a season, maintaining the same levels of force production will be difficult.
2. Consolidate stress Make your harder days focused on building yourself up and letting your easy days be focused on recovery. If you’re at the field six days a week, a seventh day of rest might be exactly what you need, instead of hitting the gym on day seven. Try and sneak in weight room sessions on the same days that you have extensive on-field work. Know that if you’re not taking care of your recovery modalities (through sleep, nutrition, lifestyle), your body’s ability to absorb and adapt to stress will be diminished.
3. Understand the difference between soreness and progress
In week 1, go heavy (near absolute strength), in week 2, work on strength-speed, in week 3, work on speed-strength, and just rotate it. The weight room shouldn’t beat up your ability to play the sport during the season.
4. Appreciate 20-30min sessions While a majority of off-season lifts will take 60-90 minutes, this doesn’t mean that in-season lifts need to as well. There’s nothing inherently wrong with hitting three of four x 20-40 minute sessions throughout the week. Stop waiting for the perfect 60-90 minute window to get to the gym, because it will rarely happen; instead get in, train for 20-45min, and get out
5. Stay in the 3sets x 3-5rep range (don't waste time and energy on extra reps)
6. Maintain full body mobility.
In-Seaon Baseball Training: June 1st to September 2nd