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  • Speed - Quickness - Power Training

    Speed - Quickness - Power Training
  • Bell Club Exercises Heavy

    Bell Club Exercises Heavy

Welcome to Oates Specialties LLC

... and the best collection of athletic fitness & conditioning tools available in the market today!

Oates Specialties sells select conditioning equipment and accessories for the elite athlete under the 'TAP Conditioning™' product line. We offer unique training equipment that targets the fast twitch ATP energy system so that athletes in all sports can become more explosive, dynamic, and athletic. Many of our products also help to improve functional strength, such as rotational power and speed that is critical for sports like baseball, tennis, and golf. A number of our products are designed for the specific needs of the throwing athlete to enable him or her to realize superior arm health and increased velocity. Whether your goal is to become faster, stronger, quicker, or to jump higher, throw harder, and hit it farther, or simply become a more durable athlete, we have the conditioning tools that will help you achieve that objective.

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  • Training Tips & Updates: A blog from Brian Oates

    Knowing What to Do vs. Doing What You Know - By Coach Ron Wolforth

    Knowing What to Do vs. Doing What You Know - By Coach Ron Wolforth

    There is a process to success. First we must ‘know what to do.’  Many of us simply don’t know the many possible steps to becoming a more athletic, explosive and durable pitching athlete. We flounder around dabbling in long toss, long distance running, weight lifting, hiring a personal pitching coach, throwing…

  • Brian's Featured Blog Re-Play

    How to Achieve a Late Launch

    How to Achieve a Late Launch

    In my last blog I discussed what a late launch is and why it is critical to an efficient delivery. Understanding what is meant by a late release and what it looks like is extremely valuable, but if you don’t know how to train yourself or your pitchers to have…

  • Guest Posts

    Practice vs Training By: Coach Flint Wallace

    Practice vs Training By: Coach Flint Wallace

    Practice and Training are terms that are often used interchangeably, but they are not the same. Every baseball team and player practices, but not all of them train. Let me explain what I mean… Practice is what we universally call anything that involves throwing, hitting, throwing a bullpen, taking ground balls and fly…

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Wes Johnson - University of Arkansas

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Brent Strom - Houston Astros

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Randy Sullivan - Armory Baseball

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