Major League Baseball’s Washington Nationals brought me in to present a paradigm of training based on measureable diagnostics in the 2016 off-season. This was the first time that I had the opportunity to influence an entire major league baseball team’s strength training structure. Before diving into the theory that informs my method for measuring and improving baseball performance from a strength perspective, some key thanks are due.
Matt Eiden, Head Strength Coach of the Washington Nationals, is an open-minded, progressive coach. He had the vision, professionalism, and confidence to allow me to come into his cave and claim it as my own for a few days.
Harvey Sharman, Executive Director of Medical Services. Harvey proved his dedication to his organization’s success, making it a priority to attend and participate in the entire seminar. He was always professional, present, and receptive, despite the mass of administrative responsibilities he has in the offseason.
Dr. Keith Pyne, Chairman of the Medical Services Advisory Board. Dr. Pyne put his experience and support to work on my behalf and the Nationals’, ensuring the resulting win-win experience that marked this seminar.
Last but not least, Patrick Panico, Washington Nationals Corrective Exercise Specialist. Patrick had the foresight to recognize the applicability of my skill set to the current needs of the team. He was the driving force behind the seminar from its inception.
Page 1 of 5