General Core Stabilization
Planks: static planks are a good start to improve core stability. It is important to keep your spine in a neutral position and keep core muscles activated. 3×30” on each side.
Dynamic planks: adding arm or leg movements to planks can help improve dynamic core stability and challenge your core once static planks become easy.
Walking Lunges with baseball bat: helps to improve core stability, leg strength and scapular stability. Focus on keeping shoulder blade stable by pulling it down into your back pocket, while holding bat in the air. 2×10
Single leg balance with ball toss to partner: Focuses on balance with dual task of throwing, which is ideal for baseball players.
Single leg bridges: Focuses on core strength, balance, and endurance.