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APX' Rotational Power Training Program

known for achieving enhanced performance - via the training facility to the diamond - from the High School to the Collegiate ranks. Position players, Pitchers and Hitters all have distinct movements that must be trained that constitute position-specific lever development and rotation. Since each one of these dynamic positions are different in movement, the training modalities and structures to enhance their respective abilities must be prescribed separately. At APX, it is paramount to focus on an athlete's training paradigm to increase symmetry throughout the body. Spinal cord training and Kinetic ground-base rotational movements are essential in achieving this by emphasizing an Eccentric-Based Uni-Lateral Training system. 


This is proven to provide a Softball athlete with more power through rotation from the torso to the lower trunk. Additional velocity can be induced from the 'bat speed and 'the throwing motion' when a proper 4-12 week program is executed properly. Generic increases in rotational power, strength, speed, power, agility, function, flexibility and anaerobic/aerobic energy systems used to promote fitness and VO2 max levels. This decreases the chances of injury; specifically the arm in the elbow and shoulder attachments/joints as well as the rest of the body.


APX' Registered Sports Dietitians are the educators that mold our Softball Athletes to attain improvements of Lean Body Mass (LBM) gains, decrease in Body Fat percentage and - most importantly - 'Recovery' efforts from training, hitting and throwing. Decreasing inflammation of the specific joints used to throw and hit is of utmost importance for ball players looking to improve performance on a day-in and day-out basis.


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Hanford Falcons Softball performing the Neuro-muscular & Proprioceptive Dynamic Warm-Up before a big game played at the Univ, of Washington Huskies facilities and field.

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