Ted William was one of the best hitters in baseball history. This was his interpretation of HIS hitting zone. He knew where to look for a pitch and then how successful he would be with that pitch. That is called “a plan” or “having an approach”.
Great sprint workout for baseball players
This article also has videos which show you how to perform some of these exercises which help improve your speed times.
Sprinting and sprint workouts, though not always high on everyone’s to do list – are great to get in shape, keep fitness, and recover after throwing /pitching. Plus we all know, camp and clinics are very interested in speed times
Ladder drills for fitness. https://youtu.be/iICTuTZCJyM
Running and sprint work to keep in shape. https://shoresportsnetwork.com/staying-game-ready-during-covid-19-part-1/
The dot drill – Check the IG post below for a super easy drill that will work your agility, coordination, speed, and endurance. It doesn’t require much space–all you need is to make 5 “dots”. https://www.instagram.com/p/B-XIUxVn0Cf/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link
2 great follows on TWITTER – both putting up a lot of information on at home workouts and drills
Great article about how college athletes are trying to do little things at home to stay in shape. https://www.si.com/college/2020/03/20/college-football-spring-coronavirus-impact-unc?xid=socialflow_facebook_si&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=sportsillustrated&utm_source=facebook.com&fbclid=IwAR26eaChtALSHJqW_rvtKq_TJ6N3ipQgA6p2WfGOtYEn7RjarU8wIbR6lPo
Baseball stretching routine – https://youtu.be/aMqbi7hmWJk
Great for agility – use a speed ladder – draw a ladder with outside chalk