Baseball / Softball Workouts

  • My Softball Workout

    bodyweightmachineaerobic / cardiofree weight

    The workout I do to get in shape for softball. I combine the squats with the rotating shoulder press and the lunges with the lateral deltoid raise (I am planning to add a torso twist to that one as well) to save time. Any feedback is welcome.

  • Full Body Workout in 45 Minutes

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    This full-body workout requires no equipment, though you may want a yoga mat to make it more comfortable for your bony parts. It takes about 45 minutes, so warm-up before hand with a walk or any activity to increase your heartrate. Increase reps to 15...

  • Calf Workout

    bodyweightfree weightwobble boardbosu

    This calf workout strengthens your calf muscles as well as your balance. Warm up and do a gentle stretch before doing this workout, and do each set to fatigue or for 60 seconds. The loaded calf press is seated, so you can do that last since it does not...

  • Perfect Pecs Workout

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    This workout uses motion as well as isometrics in order to strengthen your chest and core. Pair with tricep extensions if your chest wears out and you still have power left in your arms. Start with 2 sets if you are new to this workout, then work your way...

  • Exercise Tube Arm Workout

    resistance tubebodyweight

    This is a quick, intense workout that you can do every day to strengthen your arms and keep them toned. You need one exercise tube and 8 minutes. Do 2 sets of each exercise to fatigue (feel a good burn at the end of each set, whether that is 10 reps for...

  • Upper Body Express

    aerobic / cardiofree weight

    You can work your upper body in 30 minutes with this workout. Alternate opposing muscle groups (i.e.chest then back) to give one muscle a recovery break and work its opposite.

  • Full Body in an Hour

    aerobic / cardiomachinefree weight

    You can complete this workout in an hour or less at your gym. It is designed to piggyback 2 exercises at a time, alternating between upper body and lower body to give you active rest breaks. This gives one muscle group a chance to recover while another...

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