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Monthly Archives: December 2017

Happy Holidays From The Athlete Maker LLC

     I hope you all have a great Holiday! Keep working hard, enjoy time with your family & friends and may you reach heights in 2018 as high as these Oak Hill guys jump!! I’d love to hear about your success stories, feel free to send me videos or a short note about any improvements you’ve seen. Enjoy!   Also be sure to subscribe to our youtube channel for highlight videos and workout tips! youtube.com/allamericanath Come See Coach Kurtz Speak Read more […]

Posted in Coach Micah Kurtz |

Coach Andy Hallett: The Pre-Season Before The Holiday Is It Wasted Time?

Many of us high school coaches wonder what to do with our baseball team during the holiday break. We have seen great results with our pre-season strength training throughout the fall and we are now halfway through our pre-season throwing/arm care program.   We have also begun our tee work and fundamental skill work. And, while we don’t want to lose momentum, we also want to respect our players’ family obligations and avoid burning them out before the season even starts. So now every Read more […]

Posted in Baseball, Coach Andy Hallett |

3 TIPS TO STAY ON TRACK THIS HOLIDAY SEASON

The holiday season is upon us and it’s a great time to spend with family and friends.  The older and busier I get, the more I cherish these times. However, the holiday season can also be a time that offers many distractions that may make it harder for us to reach our goals.  Whether you’re an athlete that is in season and wants to perform at you’re absolute best, or you’re an out of season athlete training for your upcoming sports season, or you’re an adult that is trying to be healthy Read more […]

Posted in Coach Andy Hallett, Workouts |

Off Season Throwing Program For Baseball Players

Baseball season is right around the corner here in the south and it is time to “knock the cobwebs off” and start the process for our spring season.  With that upon us, it is now time to resume our baseball activities.  Once the summer season ends, we take a full 90 days off from all baseball activities, no throwing, no hitting, and 100% rest from all baseball related activities.  We hit the weight room, put our time in on flexibility, spend time on agility progressions and push our core Read more […]

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