Sport specific training varies across sports and the demand each sport places on the athlete’s body. It only makes sense that a baseball player would spend more time training the shoulders, than say, a basketball player would. However, a basketball player may devote more time to metabolic training than a golfer would. Sports performance training can and should be specific to not only the athlete’s sport, but also the position they play. However, one thing that never changes; regardless, of whether you’re a baseball player, football player, golfer, tennis star, or a stay at home mom with three kids, is the fact that human performance requires strength, power, and stability of the hips.
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