‘LOWER HALF DEVELOPMENT’ Product Highlight
This program regularly sells for $297, but right now it is ONLY $148.50 with FREE shipping! (The offer is good through Dec. 31.)
Have you ever heard someone say something like this about a pitcher’s legs and hips?
Just call The Ranch office at (936) 588-6762 and ask for the Ranch Review Lower Half Development Special.
“You need to use your hips and your legs more! You are relying too much on your arm and not using your body enough! You would throw harder, last longer in games, and recover better if you simply utilized your lower half more efficiently.”
The truth is this: Almost every single pitcher has had someone advise them that they are underutilizing their body and legs.
Athletes spend hundreds of hours in the weight room developing their posterior chain, yet only a fraction of them transfer that added potential into game time performance. But it’s not enough to know you’re not using your lower half as well as you can. Instead, we must help our athletes find ways to recruit, organize, and then synchronize their bodies for maximum summation of forces. But now there is a practical and effective solution: The Texas Baseball Ranch’s “Lower Half Development” program (DVD and companion manual).
You can get it now with this Special Holiday offer for 50 percent off — saving you almost $150!
A QUICK WORKOUT Prepare Yourself for the Christmas Feast
many times as you can in a minute, and just like you did in the warmup, repeat each set three times.
When you’re in the kitchen cooking your signature dishes for Christmas dinner, you might find yourself with short periods of nothing to do. While you wait, why not fit in a quick workout? Exercising for 30 minutes will help ease any anxieties you may have — perhaps about getting those side dishes just right, or about your in-laws, who will soon be seated at your table. To start off, you’ll need to warm up. Keeping the oven in sight and the timer well within earshot, take a few minutes to loosen up your muscles. Jog in place, do some jumping jacks for a minute, or jump in place for 45 seconds. Warmups often consist of these basic exercises, but one set of each won’t be enough. To make sure your body is completely warmed up, repeat each set at least three times. After you’ve warmed up, it’s time to start the workout. Squat jumps, ski jumps, pushups, plank crawls, and holding a squat stance are easy exercises you can do in your kitchen, dining room, or living room while your feast cooks. Do each exercise as
While in your squat stance, there are several things you can do. For 30-second intervals, put your arms out in a “T” formation and move them up and down in small pulses. Then move your arms out in front of you and return to the “T” shape. Raise your arms up over your head and clap, and then return once more to the “T” formation. Rotate your arms in backward circles, switch to forward arm circles, and finish up by holding your squat for an additional 30 seconds. This 30-minute exercise routine is great for before, during, and after your Christmas meal prep. You don’t have to wait around all day for things to finish up — occupy your downtime with short exercises to keep your heart pumping.
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