Rotational Movement

Most sports require some sort of rotation during the motion. For example, baseball players generally just rotate in one direction when they hit (unless they bat both ways). This can sometimes cause pains in the body, especially the lower back and hips. Regardless, make sure that for sports conditioning you are getting rotational movement both ways so that one side of the body does not become terribly dominant. For sports, you want to be in the best shape possible, so make sure your body can function very well in all areas, not just on one side.

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