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Grunting In Baseball

Grunting in Pitching: Research ReviewGuest post Dr. Tyler DobosThis is a guest post written by Dr. Tyler Dobos, S&C coach and performance therapist at Baseball Development Group. Recently, I read a post by a colleague who wrote about “grunting”. More specifically,...

Podcast: Baseball Development on the Ground

Well, I've officially jumped into the podcast realm. I've ditched the journal and decided to record audio of my thoughts and reflections of the week - starting every Friday. The idea is two fold. First, I want to easily capture my thoughts, without a filter and in a...

Taking Time Off Before Fall Ball: A Good Idea?

At least in Ontario, the summer baseball season for a lot of players is winding down. For some of these players, their season will be over and there will be a short gap between that time and when Fall Ball starts back up again. Now is the time where we get flooded...

Michigan Brewers Partnership

  Michigan Brewers Elite Partnership – Press Release  July 17th, 2019 (Toronto, ON) – In an effort to effectively provide US exposure for Canadian players – at an affordable rate – we are proud to announce the BDG x Michigan Brewers Elite Player Partnership. This...

Scarborough Stingers Off-Season Training

      With the announcement of our partnership with the Scarborough Stingers to run their off-season training, we got an influx of inquiries from parents, players and coaches asking us things like “what does the development program look like and what...

Winter High Performance Recap 2019

  Although it’s currently raining, just over 7 degrees Celsius, and with the sky completely devoid of any sign of sunshine, the Ontario high school baseball season is hours away from officially beginning. It’s hard to believe that just six months ago, BDG...

Assessing Ankle Dorsiflexion in Pitchers

This post is a guest post by Tyler Dobos, CSCS and DC Candidate (2019). Tyler is a lead S&C coach at the Baseball Development Group.  Take a look at the following gifs. Specifically, take a look at their rear-leg ankle. Notice anything?    What you are...