Athletic training programs should always have a basic fundamental goal of making the athlete function better for their particular sport. All athletes put their bodies
In baseball, practice structure has remained largely stagnant since the beginning of the sport in 1839. Whether you are starting out in t-ball or playing in the major leagues, the common method of best practice, past and present, in baseball, is repetition.
Over the past decade, the idea of injury prevention has grown. This viewpoint has filtered into athletics training, and now people – parents, athletes, coaches, trainers, practitioners – are overly concerned about injury prevention without fully understanding what this notion accurately depicts.