Successful Training Principlesby John O'Neil
The importance of strength and conditioning in baseball is at an all-time high. Most players want to spend time in the weight room and most coaches want their guys in their too.
But where do we start? How do you know if what they're doing in the gym is going to directly impact their performance on the field?
During this presentation from the 2020 Virtual Baseball Coaches Summit, coach John is going to teach you the answers to those questions and much more. John will cover the principles and philosophies that all strength coaches follow. You can use this knowledge to better arm your team and your program.
If you're missing any of these key elements, you're leaving performance on the table. John will cover principles like:
- Work Capacity
- Recovery Capabilities
- Progressive Training
- and much more...
John O'Neil has served as the Director of Performance at Cressey Sports Performance since the summer of 2017. He returned to CSP after being a part of the first intern group at CSP-Florida during the fall of 2014.
Over the past few years, John has coached people of all ages in New York City and New Jersey, as well as working as a high school baseball coach. He has previous internship experience with both Ranfone Training Systems and the Baltimore Orioles.
John graduated from Dickinson College with a Bachelor's of Science in Mathematics in 2014, and holds a number of certifications in the Strength & Conditioning field.