Home Blog MLB Draft Day Stuff You Should Read

MLB Draft Day Stuff You Should Read

Written on June 6, 2011 at 5:19 am, by Eric Cressey

The Major League Baseball Draft starts tonight and concludes on Wednesday.  We’ll have a very busy three days, as there are a lot of Cressey Performance athletes who will be drafted.  To that end, I’ve been running around like a chicken with my head cut off – so that means today is a day where I refer you to some reading in other places.  Keep an eye on the blog this week to hear about which of our guys were selected, and who took them.

Putting Manual Therapy into Perspective – I absolutely loved this post by Charlie Weingroff.  If you’re a rehabilitation specialist doing manual therapy, you definitely ought to read it.

MLB Draft has No Guarantees – This is a great piece on ESPN Boston about a Cressey Performance athlete, Tyler Beede, who has a lot to look forward to this week.

Proper Rowing Performance – This video blog from Mike Robertson covers a very important set of technique cues that it’s important for all coaches and lifters to learn.  Rowing strength exercises are an integral part of a successful strength and conditioning program, but only if you perform them correctly.

Sign-up Today for our FREE Newsletter and receive a deadlift technique tutorial!


One Response to “MLB Draft Day Stuff You Should Read”

  1. Don Smith Says:

    If Charlie (correctly) says it’s all in the brain(overtoned,tight muscles) then why is he using rods on patients? Unless he just likes to use em ha ha, that’s OK too.

  • Avoid the most common deadlifting mistakes
  • 9 - minute instructional video
  • 3 part follow up series