Pro Baseball Performance

The life of a professional baseball player during the season is less than optimal for health maintenance.

The life of a Ben Fairchild athlete in the offseason is optimal for strength and power gains, health improvement and assurance, and overall development.

All told, a season can be 7-8 months of EVERY DAY travel on buses, sleeping in hotel beds, time changes, inconsistent diet and some hard physical work. This would be enough to wreak havoc on an aging body, but add in the stress of trying to make a living and performing well, players can be utterly exhausted and broken down going into the offseason.

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