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Questions about physical conditioning and other preparation for sport. Questions about general physical conditioning can be asked at Physical Fitness SE. Questions must also be tagged for the specific sport.

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Cross-training provides two potential benefits, one mental and one physical. It can potentially reduce the risk of injury and, as others have already mentioned, it can provide some mental benefit by … reducing boredom and burnout through different physical activities. As this article notes: Cross training is a great way to condition different muscle groups, develop a new set of skills, and …
answered Feb 17 '12 by JW8
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In one youth baseball hitting drill, the instructors used broomsticks and dried beans instead of bats and baseballs: Dried Bean Drill We have taken soft toss of small waffle balls to a new le …
answered Feb 16 '12 by JW8
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This guide has a few serve & return drills, while this page has a list to various drills for more advanced players. From the list, the defender drills might be of the most interest to you. This YouTu …
answered Mar 9 '12 by JW8
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There were a few free online resources that discussed solo ice hockey goalie drills - most of these discussed skating and exercises. Livestrong.com lists a few solo drills in this online article: …
answered Apr 9 '12 by JW8
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One article discussed various solo table tennis training drills. Topics included: Serving Practice Shadow Play and Ghosting Solo Footwork Drills Video Footage Analysis Table Tennis …
answered Feb 17 '12 by JW8
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techniques. From that description, it appears that children that are at least eight years old can start training. Of course, parents know their children best and may be able to start them off at a younger age. …
answered Apr 2 '12 by JW8