Blast Motion Training Package


The Blast Motion Training Package is prepared to go hand-in-hand with the training protocol prepared by RPP Baseball in partnership with Blast. You can click here for more details.  Below is a summary of equipment in the package:

  • Miscellaneous Bands
    • 1 Activation Band
    • 2 Light Weight Bands – Yellow
    • 1 Power Band – Heavy (Black)
    • 1 Power Band – Medium (Red)
  • 1 Set of Sliders (pair)
  • 1 Set of Speed and Agility Cones
  • 1 Set of Tall Cones
  • 1 Wrist and Forearm Trainer
  • Pair of 5.5 lbs. Plates
  • 1 RPP Baseball Gym Bag (optional)
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Activation Bands (w/ drill guide)

Activation bands (black and red) are designed to be easily transportable to the gym or field. They are primarily used as part of a throwing warm up to target specific muscles and movements. They help activate and balance rotator cuff and surrounding muscles, prepare the arm to accelerate/decelerate and increase blood flow prior to throwing.


Power Bands

Our power bands are a staple in many of our training programs due to their ability to cover a lot of exercises that may generally require weights. Whether it be assistance or resistance training for upper body work, training lower half power or using it for core/recovery work, they are like having an all in one gym in a bag.

Heavy and Medium

Light Weight Bands

The Light Weight Bands can be used for both building strength and improving mobility. They supply 2 to 15 lbs. of either assistance or resistance. Great for post-throw recovery training, and for adding resistances or assistance to bench press, push up, squats or a variety of pulling exercises designed for the overhead athlete.


Wrist and Forearm Trainer

The Wrist and Forearm Trainer is a strengthening tool that strengthens the flexor carpi radialis, a relatively thin muscle that assists in abduction of the hand and wrist and is part of the flexor / pronator” group, a group of muscles that help stabilize and protect the elbow, specifically the UCL - especially in the “layback” position.  Plates purchased separately.

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Sliders (pair) are a big bang for the buck and allow athletes to work on their hip hinge, lower body stability, core and many other exercises specific to baseball without adding in the challenge of deceleration. They are great for strength development in new movement patterns. They are also extremely portable.

In stock


Speed and Agility Cones (6 pcs)

Speed and Agility Cones are great for on-field or in-gym use when training for speed and agility. They come in sets of 6 in a highly visible bright orange color, designed for use on any surface, whether it be grass, concrete, gym floors, cement or artificial turf. They are essential for speed agility and quickness (SAQ) training.

In stock


7-inch Training Cones (5 pcs)

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Gym Bag

The Gym Bag helps our customers keep their equipment in one place.  It can be used as a field bag or simply a place to keep everything together in once place.  It's dimensions are 21" x 10" x 11".   it comes with a strap and several compartments.


In stock (can be backordered)


Blast Motion Baseball sensors are an easy to use piece of equipment and provide a tremendous amount of valuable swing-related information at a very reasonable cost.  Their scoring system includes metrics on several topics, including:

  • Rotation (power)
  • Plane (contact)
  • Connection (consistency)

The problem is not everyone knows how to address the issues highlighted by the sensors, and not every issue is a skill-related one. Deficiencies in Blast metrics can be also caused by mobility, strength and postural related issues, up and down the kinetic chain. Here is a list of major potential contributing factors:

  • Ankle Mobility
  • Lower Body Strength / Stability / Power
  • Back and Front Hip Mobility / Stability
  • Upper Body Power
  • Lack of Spine Dis-association
  • Limited T-spine Mobility
  • Front Shoulder Mobility / Lats
  • Shoulder Stability
  • Lack of Core Control
  • Forearm Strength
  • Limited Wrist Mobility

Interested in learning how to address these issues, you can click here.