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Bios of The Presenters

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Frans Bosch is among the world leaders in the application of biomechanics, and motor learning science to sports performance.  Since 1980 Bosch has worked in athletics, coaching elite sprinters and Olympic high jumpers and for some years as the national coach for jumping events.  Since 2005 Bosch has been a lecturer at the Fontys University for applied sciences in sports, mainly in the field of anatomy, biomechanics, strength training and motor learning. Bosch has given numerous presentations and…

A Self-Organization Model For Arm Pain Management

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The following is an excerpt from Randy Sullivan, MPT. “Start WIth The Pain.” iBooks.  “My name is Randy Sullivan. I am a physical therapist and a baseball coach. They call me “The Arm Pain Assassin.” I am one of the best arm pain specialists on the planet and if you ask me why your arm hurts I will tell you … I don’t know.  “Ok… so maybe that sounds a little arrogant, but you get the point. I know a LOT about throwing, a LOT about arm pain and a LOT about how to get rid of it. …

Introducing SAVAGE Baseball Training Programs (Excerpt… Muscle Slack Explained and Applied)

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We recently shot the video and the still photos for my new book that will be out later this month. The book is called FBR SAVAGE Training: Transferring Gains From The Gym To The Field. Why do we call it “SAVAGE” training? “SAVAGE is an admittedly clunky acronym for Specific Adaptation thru Variability, Attractors, and Goal-directed Exercise. And… the word “SAVAGE” sounds really cool! Baseball training programs need to be practical and gains you realize at the gym aren’t worth much…

New Book Teaches Innovative Approach For Eliminating Arm Pain

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  With this book and video series anyone with half a brain can learn to eliminate arm pain independently and fast. I can’t wait to share it with you. Check out the video below:   Keep an eye on your email. In just 2 days, we will launch at an extremely discounted price. Stay sharp! Randy Sullivan, MPT, CSCS CEO, Florida Baseball Ranch  

Pitcher’s Funny Bone Ain’t So Funny

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Pitcher’s Funny Bone Ain’t So funny A few summers ago, within about a 3 week period, we had 3 high school kids who came to us with medial elbow pain and numbness and tingling into their pinkie and ring fingers. Any time a pitcher complains of pain on the inside of the elbow, you worry about damage to the UCL — the dreaded Tommy John surgery.  But sometimes it’s not the Tommy John ligament at all. Here is a rudimentary field test to see if you might have damage to the UCL. It’s called…

Client Testimonials

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Here’s what our clients have to say about the Florida Baseball Ranch: Parent of a High School Player ” I honestly feel like this is the best money I’ve spent on my son’s baseball training. If knowledge is power, this has been like an 800 lb gorillas. This feels like teaching my son to fish.” – Todd L. Alachua, FL High School Coach “As a high school coach attending this weekends camp, I wasn’t sure what to expect. I have been to clinics all around the…

Chicks Dig The Long Ball

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I was not a pitcher in college. I was a catcher at a small NCAA Division 1 School, The Citadel — the only military academy ever to make it to a college world series (of course they did it in 1990, 4 years after I graduated, but thats a different story). Actually, I began my collegiate career as a below average shortstop who couldn’t field groundballs. I moved behind the played during the fall of my junior year in college. The first game I ever caught was opening day that year against Clemson. My…