High school pitching athletes are constantly looking for ways to improve performance. If you want to play college or pro ball, you might want to boost velocity. Many look to weighted baseball training programs to help increase pitching velocity and strength. However, there are some important points to keep in mind before you start using
Recently there has been studies released on weighted baseball training in relation to safety and effectiveness. National Pitching, as a “health first” organization encourages viable, defendable, and unbiased research to ensure training programs are “health first, performance second”. The most recent study reports 24% of pitchers participating experienced some form of injury during the study.