CSP Elite Baseball Development Podcast: Current Concepts in Performance Training with Dan Pfaff
We’re excited to welcome Altis Performance Coach Dan Pfaff to the latest podcast for a discussion of the key principles that enable coaches to have success regardless of the sport in question. Dan reflects on his beginnings as a teacher, and speaks to the areas that are the “next frontiers” for us to learn about as an industry. We ponder the question, “How strong is strong enough?” and also reflect on how training loads and time of year impact muscle vs. tendon injuries. We couldn’t have come up with a more fitting guest for our 100th episode, as Dan brings a ton of experience and a wealth of knowledge.
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