The Junior Loden Score System has been created as a way to benchmark and track athletic development in athletes before they hit their growth spurt. It is structured similarly to the existing Loden Score System with a Power, Quickness, Speed, and Loden Score.
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The Loden Sports Blog will serve as a vehicle to provide thought-provoking content on athletic development, use-cases for the services Loden Sports provides, and news and updates on the happenings of Loden Sports.
After a run of 7, live Outlier Sessions in our Discord in December and January, Loden Sports is excited to announce that we are making the sessions available on YouTube and via Apple Podcasts for your listening pleasure – wherever, whenever. Enjoy!
We monitored the power, quickness, and lower-half symmetry of a Minor League Baseball player on weekly basis over the course of the 2021 MiLB season. This is what we observed.
We did a performance observation with a small group of high school baseball players to try and begin objectively peeling back the layers on why the fastest runners in baseball aren’t always the best base stealers.
This is the first installment of a two-part blog. In this blog, Loden Sports explores the relationship between the Junior Loden Score System, bat speed, and exit velocity in athletes aged 8-14. This project was completed in collaboration with Slammers Baseball in Colorado – a special thank you to them for their willingness to share and excitement to learn alongside us.