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    SLAMMERS POWERED BY COYOTE

    Mission Statement

    To develop and train athletes at a high level that will help players receive exposure to both college coaches and professional scouts. Our mission is to have the players train under the best coaches in the business at a top notch facility. Players will learn the value of hard work, discipline, team work, and being a leader - Developing these athletes in baseball as well as to become better young men. They will learn valuable lessons through the game of baseball that will help them through life including how to handle failure.

     

    CONTACT US TODAY:  info@slammersillinois.com

    2018 College Commitments

    Name School
    Steven Sanchez University of Arkansas

    2017 College Commitments

    Name School
    Robert Archbold University of Illinois-Springfield
    Anthony Baumgart Albion College
    Ben Fitzgerald University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
    Alex Gamache Georgetown University
    Caleb Haddon DePauw Univesity
    Brant Kym Hope College
    Ben Land DePauw University
    Jordan Litke North Central College
    Daniel Marks Rockhurst University
    Danny Lubelfeld Grinnell College
    Nick Marras College of Lake County
    Jack McCullough United States Military Academy
    Eddie Piestchmann University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
    Joe Rangel Oakton Community College
    Brennan Reback Central Arizona College
    Luke Schmitt University of Wisconsin-Lacrosse
    Matt Temaner Monmouth College
    Paul Turelli Illinois State University


    Goal Posts:
     
    Many baseball players lack thoracic spine mobility and low trap strength which can put their shoulders in a rounded forward position. Over time, and with high volume throwing, players may feel pain in the front of the shoulder, and tightness in their upper back due to the rounding. Goal posts are a great thoracic spine mobility and low trap activation exercise that can be utilized by all baseball players.  These can help get players shoulders' out of a rounded position and improve their posture as well. This exercise can also be down on the ground with the players knees bent and feet flat on the ground in they do not have access to a wall if they are at the ball park. 2-3 sets of 8-10 reps a couple times a week is a good place to start with this exercise if you are new to it.

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