Active Isolated Stretching for Baseball Active Isolated Stretching for Baseball
This Video is designed to teach you how to systematically stretch yourself out to prepare you for playing Baseball. Baseball is a power sport so you want to have your muscles properly prepared so that you can exert your strength on the court through the largest range of motion possible to increase your power output. Baseball is a sport that will make you do various activities from running, jumping, throwing, swinging a bat and even sliding across the ground. Due to the strenuous activity you must properly prepare your body for the rigors of the sport. Stretching will help to keep your body pliable and will also allow you to recover faster after activity.
The AIS Video will allow the individual to stretch along with the model throughout the entire routine. The model is easy to follow and will perform 8-10 repetitions and will be holding the stretch for the precise amount of time (1 ½ to 2 seconds). The model will do both sides of the body, so if you are starting your stretching on the right side, he will continue and finish all the repetitions with the left side as well.
This video is separated into different sections. Neck, Shoulders, Elbows and Hands, Lower Body, Ankles, and Feet.
At the beginning of each exercise you will see the name of the stretch and the muscles stretched as well.