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  • Speed - Quickness - Power Training

    Speed - Quickness - Power Training
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    Foam Rollers

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 its proprietary 'TAP' 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

    Be More Productive By: Coach Flint Wallace

    Be More Productive By: Coach Flint Wallace

    I came across a quote today that really made me step back and take a look at the things I was doing on a daily bases. The quote came from an article on Addicted2Success.com. The article was titled “10 Easy Wins to Keep You Motivated When You’re Tempted…

  • Brian's Featured Blog Re-Play

    Don't be Afraid to be Different

    Don't be Afraid to be Different

    Many of you already know UCLA's ace pitcher, Trevor Bauer, has trained at the Texas Baseball Ranch for several years now and uses a number of Oates Specialties products. If you didn't know that you probably do by now after the many clips on ESPN of Trevor doing tubing…

  • Guest Posts

    Is Improper Weight Lifting A Problem? - by Randy Sullivan

    Is Improper Weight Lifting A Problem? - by Randy Sullivan

    Hi, Last week, a young man flew into Tampa to train with us for a few days. I’ll call him Cade. A barrel chested Lefty who, at 6’0” and 210 lbs, Cade clearly excelled in the weight room, He was having pain in the lateral upper arm and forearm. He said…

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Wes Johnson - Dallas Baptist University

Wes Johnson - Dallas Baptist University

Brent Strom - Houston Astros

Brent Strom - Houston Astros

Randy Sullivan - Armory Baseball

Randy Sullivan - Armory Baseball

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