IBaseball Training: Complete Conditioning for Baseball – Ultimate Baseball Training
Today’s players are bigger, stronger, and faster than ever before. So a focused baseball training conditioning program has become essential to on-the-field success.
Therefore Complete Conditioning for Baseball Coaching features a comprehensive training approach that builds players’. Physical abilities and the baseball-specific skills their positions require.
Steve Tamborra, strength and conditioning coach for 60 AP Collegiate All-Americans, 16 first-round draft picks, and more than 100 athletes.
Also, drafted by professional sports teams provides exercises, drills, and programs.
Above all, designed to improve the essential elements of the sport—strength, power, speed, agility, and quickness.
Table of Contents
His baseball training programs will help you in these areas:
Generate more power at the plate.
Strengthen and protect your pitching arm.
Increase the velocity of throws.
Expand your range in the field.
Improve quickness on the base paths.
Also, the 45-minute DVD takes you onto the diamond. And into the gym to demonstrate the same exercises and drills by the game’s best.
In conclusion, with physical assessment tests, nutritional guidelines. And seasonal workouts,
In conclusion, Complete Conditioning for Baseball training is your guide to maximizing your talents and becoming a perennial all-star.
“Finally a true baseball training program for dedicated players, managers. And strength and conditioning coaches. From year-round conditioning plans to position-specific programs. Coach Tamborra’s Complete Conditioning for Baseball is a must-have for any player seeking success at the plate, in the field, or on the base path.”
“Steve’s passion for excellence, coupled with his desire to see athletes succeed. Has been an important factor in our program’s success. That passion and expertise combine in Complete Conditioning for Baseball’s book and DVD set, making it the premier training package for the sport.” – Danny Hall Head Baseball Coach, Georgia Tech
About the Author
Also, Steve Tamborra is a respected strength and conditioning coach who has trained 60 AP Collegiate All-Americans, 16 first-round draft picks, and more than 100 athletes drafted by professional sports teams. Including 10 players drafted and the fifth overall pick in 2007.
Above all, since 1999, Tamborra has been the head strength coach for Georgia Tech’s baseball program. Where he focuses on player development.
In conclusion, before working with Georgia Tech, he was the assistant strength coach for Florida State University’s athletic program.
Also, Tamborra earned a bachelor’s degree in nutrition and fitness and a master’s degree in sports administration from Florida State University. Tamborra and his family live in Mableton, Georgia.
Blu Boys fall short vs. host Czechs at the world championship
Posted at Jun 19, 2019, 09:01 PM
The Philippines’ struggles continued in the 16th World Baseball and Softball Confederation (WBSC) men’s softball world championship in Prague, Czech Republic.
The Filipinos came close to scoring a breakthrough win, but they surrendered 2 runs in the seventh and last inning to lose 4-1 to the hosts Wednesday.
Ernesto Binarao singled in Jerome Bacarisas for the first and only run by the Blu Boys, who are winless in 5 games and occupy the last place in Group A.
Despite the setback, Amateur Softball Association of the Philippines president and softball patron Jean Henri Lhuillier said he was pleased by the national team’s performance.
Blu Girls going all out in a bid for a breakthrough medal
Camille B. Naredo, ABS-CBN News
Posted at Aug 21, 2018, 04:20 PM
JAKARTA — Still unbeaten in the 2018 Asian Games, the Philippine softball team vows to give their very best in an attempt to make it to the podium for the first time in the continental showcase.
“We got the games and reps in during the World Championships, which is helping us now,” said team captain and catcher Cheska Altomonte.
But we still aren’t satisfied — we are going all out in our next games,” she vowed.
The Philippines placed 13th in the 2018 Softball World Championship in Japan earlier this month, which saw the United States win gold to earn a 2020 Olympics. The host country settled for the silver.
The experience that the Blu Girls gained in the World Championships is now serving them well in Jakarta, as they have won their first three games, starting with an 8-0 triumph over Hong Kong. They then beat Korea, 5-3, on Monday afternoon before edging China, 1-0, on Monday night.
They have another tough assignment on Tuesday as they take on Japan, which had beaten them, 7-0, in the finals of the Asian Championships last year.
Baseball Softball Philippines Softball Canada Cup International: RP Blu Girls beat Canada
Jul 13, 2017
After beating world number 4 Australia in the World Cup of Softball XII, the RP Blu Girls have pulled off yet another upset to start their campaign in the Canada Cup International Softball Championship in Softball City, Surrey, Canada.
The Cebuana Lhuillier-backed Filipinas outclassed world no. 3 Canada, 6-2, in Pool B of the 15-team championship round-robin competition. The 17th-ranked Pinay soft belles next play Chinese Taipei on Wednesday (Thursday in Manila).
In front of the home crowd, the Blu Girls built up a commanding 4-2 lead as early as the 3rd courtesy of Garie Blando’s 2 RBIs, while Francesca Altomonte made a home run in the 2nd to drive in two runs.
The Philippine national softball team has now tallied four straight wins from a stint in the World Cup of Softball XII in Oklahoma, the USA, where the Blu Girls also won against Australia.
“The Blu Girls have proven that their wins versus world number 4 Australia and world number 10 Mexico were not a fluke. I’ve never doubted that softball is the team sport that we can be at par with the world’s best. This is a big boost to our bid to qualifying in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics,” added Lhuillier.
In other games, Australia beat Venezuela 3-1, Mexico blanked Quebec Rebelles 10-0, and Japan blasted NJCAA 14-2.
Baseball Softball Philippines World Cup of Softball: 17th Ranked RP Blu Girls upset world no.4 Australia, 7-5
By Alex Pastor
Jul 7, 2017
After upsetting Australia, the Cebuana Lhuillier-backed Blu Girls are determined to show their best against top-ranked Japan, Canada, and Puerto Rico, which they all play on Friday. Photo Credit: Alex Pastor
After upsetting Australia, the Cebuana Lhuillier-backed Blu Girls are determined to show their best against top-ranked Japan, Canada, and Puerto Rico, which they all play on Friday.
The Philippine women’s softball team, currently ranked 17, bested world no. 4 Australia, 7-5, to quickly bounce back from its shut-out loss to powerhouse team the USA, 0-4, at the opening of the World Cup of Softball XII on Wednesday at the Amateur Softball Association (ASA) Hall of Fame Complex Field 4 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA (Thursday in Manila).
The Cebuana Lhuillier-backed Filipinas led as early as the first inning courtesy of Arianne Vallestero’s three RBIs, while Fil-Am Dani Gilmore scored a solo home run. In the second inning, Kailey Cuico doubled off to drive in three runs to secure the win.
“Our RP Blu Girls is off to an impressive start. They’ve just beaten world no. 4 Australia and likewise put up a gallant stand against 2nd-ranked USA. All the training and preparations are now paying off. I know our team will pull off more surprise wins in their coming games. I believe we have what it takes to come up with our best ever finish in the World Cup. All these are geared towards our 2020 Tokyo Olympics goal,” said Asaphil president Jean Henri Lhuillier.
The 17th-ranked RP Blu Girls will need to summon all their skills and determination on Friday, July 7, 2017, as they square off with the world no. 1 Japan, 3rd ranked Canada, and world no. 7 Puerto Rico, all in the same day, in the annual competition duly sanctioned by the
Succeeding games scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, July 8 and 9, will be against the United States Junior Women’s National Team and 10th ranked Mexico.
The national team is composed of Gabrielle Maurice, Dani Gilmore, Chelsea Suitos, Sierra Lange, Garie Blando, Hailey Decker, Skylynne Ellazar, Kailey Cuico Riflayca Basa, Angeli Ursabia, Mary Luisse Garde, Cristy Roa, Dione Macasu, Francesca Altomonte, Arianne Vallestero, Ma. Celestine Palma, Lorna Adorable, Shaira Damasing, Mia Macapagal, Reese Guevarra, Riezel Calumbres, Lovely Arago, and Lyca Basa.
Hoping you could accommodate the opening game story of the World Cup of Softball XII currently being held at the Amateur Softball Association (ASA) Hall of Fame Complex Field 4 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA. Our Philippine National softball team, RP Blu Girls, ranked number 17 globally, beat world no. 4 Australia with 7-5.
Attached is the press release and a photo of the team for your perusal.