Free Training Resouces
This page is where we will put all of our free training resources. (Some may require your email signup.)
Whether your season or current training schedule has been interrupted, or you just need access to some top-notch training resources, work with us.
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How much are you throwing each week? How stressful are high intensity throws relative to low intensity throws? How do these numbers impact your health and performance?
Use this tracking sheet to quantify your throwing fitness and fatigue and read my article on this topic that details the science behind it.
We’ve offered remote training since our inception, so we know how to do this.
Remote training is a great option for athletes who are not close to a training facility. We provide an in-depth on-boarding process, with an assessment, mechanical analysis, and building a training profile. Then we plan your training and get you on the path to success. Here’s what’s included in an individualized training program when you contract with TAP:
- Movement and mobility assessment
- Mechanical Analysis
- Access to the video library of all movements (sample movement video)
- Individualized Throwing program
- Individualized Strength/power program
- Individualized Mobility/corrective exercise program
- Recovery tracking
- Weight tracking
- Unlimited email support
- Monthly calls (unless needed more frequently)
- Monthly updates and progressions
Looking for an individualized remote training program?
At Tyler Anzmann Performance we’ve worked with many high school, college and professional athletes remotely. We know what works and we offer an extensive video library to outline and explain each move that is programmed for you.
Let’s get in touch and talk through your needs and goals. We’ll answer all of your questions and help you get on the right track toward your goals!
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Recent Fitness Post
Preparing the Pecs for High Velocity Throwing
The pectoralis muscles (“pecs”) play an important role in high velocity throwing as they (along with the latissimus dorsi) are one of the main accelerators of the arm. When the arm moves between cocking and acceleration the pec plays its most important role: moving...