December 2015

FASST Dirty Dozen

The FASST Dirty Dozen is a special program that is reserved for the Lehigh Valley's premier athletes.  Athletes are nominated by local media, coaches, and athletic departments from throughout the area.  Once the athletes are nominated, the top 12 vote getters will workout at FASST Performance...

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Baseball Drill of the Week (Backhand)

This week's baseball training tip of the week is the backhand.  Each week we focus on basic skills that are necessary for all baseball players to work on and develop to insure maximum results on the field.  If you are interested in learning more about any...

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Baseball Drill of the Week (Forehand)

This week's baseball training tip of the week is the forehand.  Each week we focus on basic skills that are necessary for all baseball players to work on and develop to insure maximum results on the field.  If you are interested in learning more about any...

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Broad Jump Drills to Enhance Explosiveness

https://youtu.be/n0UeHxglMJ4 With the college football season over and the bowl season just around the corner, we start to transition into working with our clients preparing for the NFL draft.  One of the drills measured at the NFL combine and pro days is the standing broad jump. ...

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Reaction Bag Drill

A running back's reaction speed is one of the most critical factors that impacts his performance on the field.  If you want to dominate on the field and improve your reaction speed, the following drill is a great one to help you improve.       https://youtu.be/ZqIJR1UmLi8  ...

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Baseball Drill of the Week: Lateral Tosses

The lateral toss drill is a great drill for any baseball player looking to improve their hand eye skills, footwork, and overall ball skills for baseball.  Checkout 10th Rd MLB draft pick Justin Pacchioli demonstrating the drill and learn how you can work with our...

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Training Simplicity

I’m sure you have heard people say keep it simple.  Even though this is often said, many times we make things tougher than they need to be.  This also holds true when training athletes.  Life is competition and when we prepare, people tend to want...

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