In-Season Training Metrics
The high school season is closing in! This was truly a remarkable off-season for ISP. We've had multiple athletes put on 15-20 pounds while simultaneously moving better and getting a lot stronger, and we've had athletes lose a few pounds while accomplishing the same things.
We said "see ya later" to our professional pitchers Joe Palumbo (Texas Rangers), Anthony Kay (New York Mets), Ben Brown (Philadelphia Phillies), Mike O'Reilly (St. Louis Cardinals), Kyle McGowin (Washington Nationals), and Bruce Kern (Lamingo Monkeys, Taiwan) and we are super excited to see the stellar season they are all going to have!
We also said "hello" to multiple high school athletes who are getting their names on the radar, and have some young men who might hear their name called in June for the 2019 MLB Amateur Draft.
With that being said, none of this will matter if training is put to a halt once March hits.
Fortunately, the official high school season start date was pushed back 2 weeks to accommodate for the brutal northeast weather. This means 2 more weeks of pre-season development!
The entire focus of in-season training is completely different from off-season and pre-season training, and I would like to highlight those differences in this post.