2. Range of motion
3. Strength and Muscular Endurance
4. SpeedSpeed is the measure by which all good athletes, including baseball players, are judged. A player with speed automatically possesses a weapon that separates him from a slower opponent. There is no way to defend speed except through speed itself.
5. PeriodizationThe theory behind periodization is to divide phrases of training into small, manageable segments so that the body does not adapt to the training. Tthis creates a gradual, planned increase in performance that peaks in time for competition. This significantly reduce the risk of injury. There are 6 standards training phrases.
4. Specific power
6. Specificity and AdaptationExercises that constantly challenge the body to perform at a higher level.
7. Intensity, Frequency, and DurationThe power output, number of training sessions and the length of each session.
Good nutrition helps your muscles build up after training.
Source: San Diego Eagles Baseball Club / Coaches Corner