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Cressey’s Favorite Strength Exercises

Written on April 7, 2009 at 2:16 pm, by Jon Boyle

We see everything at Cressey Performance. While just about 70% of our clients are baseball players, we also have everything from Olympic bobsledders and boxers, to pro hockey players and triathletes, to 69-year-old men who bang out pull-ups like nobody’s business.

Obviously, certain athletic populations have specific weaknesses that need to be addressed. Soccer and hockey players and powerlifters tend to have poor hip internal rotation. Basketball players don’t have enough ankle mobility. Baseball pitchers need to pay more attention to scapular stability, posterior rotator cuff strength, and glenohumeral (shoulder) internal rotation range of motion.

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One Response to “Cressey’s Favorite Strength Exercises”

  1. Francis Says:

    Great article, thank you! I’ll work some of those into my rehab. Love the d-ball slams with the rollover.

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