CSP Elite Baseball Development Podcast: Peter Strzelecki
Written on December 15, 2022 at 5:18 am, by Eric Cressey
We welcome Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Peter Strzelecki to this week’s podcast. Peter shares his journey from junior college, to undrafted free agent sign, to the minor leagues and onto a big league roster. He offers insights on overcoming Tommy John surgery, and also key strategies for embracing a unique delivery and pitch mix.
A special thanks to this show’s sponsor, Proteus Motion. They’re changing the way we assess and train athletes with their 3D Resistance. Head to www.ProteusMotion.com/elite to learn more about this cutting-edge technology.
You can follow Peter on Instagram at @Strick2118.
Proteus Motion has a patented technology that allows us to measure power for the overwhelming majority of human movements. Proteus software guides users through 4-minute physical assessments to arm trainers with unprecedented performance data and insights, creating an entirely new standard for personalized fitness and physical rehabilitation. All of this is enabled by a total reinvention of resistance training called 3D Resistance. Training power and acceleration with Proteus’ patented 3D Resistance can be safer, more efficient, and more effective than traditional resistance training tools in many cases. I’ve been a big fan of Proteus for the past few years. We have a unit in both Cressey Sports Performance facilities, and actually helped to develop the Cressey Power test for rotational athletes. The information we’ve gathered from this testing has been an absolute game-changer in helping us to more optimally program for our athletes. Additionally, as a training initiative, work on the Proteus has allowed us to train different points on the force-velocity curve in rotational patterns in ways that medicine ball work never could.
You can learn more about them by listening to Episode 106 of the Elite Baseball Development Podcast, or by heading to www.ProteusMotion.com/elite.
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