I'm Jeremy Shore for livestrong.com, and this are dumbbell exercises for baseball. When training for baseball, it is important to incorporate exercises to build muscular endurance, joint stability and explosive strength while addressing common postural imbalances. Dumbbells allow you to load the body while moving freely which will help to improve sport performance. Try these three dumbbell moves to improve your game. Our first dumbbell exercise is the sumo deadlift with dumbbell curl. So, get into a wide stance with toes turned out, palms facing forward in between the legs. We're going to slowly lower ourselves down to that bottom position 'till the elbows touch the insides of the legs. Perform a curl and then explosively return to the top position firing the gluts at the top of the movement. Slowly lower, keep your chest up, abs in, curl and explode up, finishing tall. Next, we're going to move into a lateral lunge with dumbbells. Stand tall with feet about hip width apart, keeping your chest up and step out to the side, pushing your hips back. Dropping the dumbbells either in between your legs or on each side of the leg, making sure it's maintain contact with the full foot on the ground. Pop off the ground and we'll step up to the opposite side. Pushing hips back, drive off the ground returning up to the starting position, switching sides. Pause at the bottom, drive off the foot, alternate. Make sure to keep the shoulder, knee and foot in line, drive up. We're going to finish with a reverse lunge with scaption. Standing tall with feet about hip width apart, chest is up, neutral arch in the low back. Here, we're going to step back into a lunge while simultaneously doing a scaption movement with the dumbbells. Then, we lower the weights as we return to the starting position, alternating legs. Arms are straight, position about a 30-degree angle and come as high as your eye line, alternating legs during its repetition. I'm Jeremy Shore for livestrong.com. This has been dumbbell exercises for baseball.