CSP Elite Baseball Development Podcast: College Baseball Strength and Conditioning Considerations with Zach Dechant

About the Author: Eric Cressey

We welcome Texas Christian University Assistant Athletic Director of Human Performance Zach Dechant to this week’s podcast. Zach oversees baseball development at TCU and has established himself as a forward-thinking educator to his interns and other strength and conditioning industry professionals. In this discussion with guest host John O’Neil, Zach shares insights on long-term development of college athletes, discusses his offseason work with alumni that have moved on to professional baseball, and outlines the key competencies he looks to develop in the coaches he mentors.

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You can follow Zach on Twitter at @ZachDechant and on Instagram at @ZachDechant.

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