second base (25-27)
Scan Type: Low Drive
Position: Second Base
What is LOW Drive?
A measure of your force to finish a movement - how effectively do you prolong force over time?
Common characteristics when you have Low DRIVE
Limited mobility/flexibility leads to relying on shorter ranges of motion.
Often struggle to get full extension in the ankles and hips due to a lack of strength on the back side of the body (glutes, hamstrings, calves).
Increased odds of muscle strains (hamstring, groin) associated with Low DRIVE
How to increase your drive
do more of these exercises...
... and less of these exercises
Heavy Back / Front Squat