The Rawlings 5-Tool Baseball Training Resistance Ball is ideal resistant level for baseball conditioning. Whether you need to work on fielding, throwing, hitting for average, hitting for power, or running speed, you will find products focused on developing your desired area, allowing you to make the most of your time while you train.
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Pilates Resistance Tubings
- Offering Full Range of Motion Resistance Training, this Band is Ideal for the Serious Ballplayer Wanting to Take Care of His Arm.
- Ideal Reistance Level for Baseball Conditioning
- Baseball on End Offers Most Game-Realistic Grip
- Full Range of Motion Workout
- Convenient and Portable
- Includes Pro Drills and Instructions
Ripken Baseball/Rawlings 5-Tool Training
Rawlings has Teamed Up with Ripken Baseball to Offer a Complete Line of Training Equipment Focused on Improving the "5 Tools" of Baseball Performance. Whether You Need to Work on Fielding, Throwing, Hitting for Average, Hitting for Power, or Running Speed, You will find Products Focused on Developing Your Desired Area, Allowing You to Make the Most of Your Time While You Train.
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M. KRAS (Michigan) on February 5, 2015
Excellent tool we use to start our HS bullpen workouts