Are we able to predict arm injuries before they occur? Turns out, we might be able to. A 5-year MLB Study concluded that Preseason weakness of External Rotation and Supraspinatus strength is a predictor of in-season throwing-related injury.
“30% of coaches, 51% of players, and 37% of parents believe Tommy John surgery should be performed in the absence of elbow injury to enhance performance” (Ahmad, et al.)
But you can actually get all the same gains faster by doing this instead.
After testing the arm health of 73 elite high school baseball players – what you do this off-season may need to change.
The findings show a common underlying arm issue that leads to increase risk of injury and robs you of velocity.
Here is how to fix it this off-season.
The power of arm care is incredibly understated simply because it’s done so poorly. An effective system doesn’t just “loosen up” the arm before games, but rather it should be a daily ritual of repair, development, and maintenance around the entire shoulder complex.
At first glance, the Crossover Symmetry System seems to be a very straightforward program for strengthening weak muscles of the shoulder. The simple theory that a weak shoulder leads to a painful shoulder is easy enough to understand and generally holds some truth…
There are many factors that contribute to increasing throwing velocity. Below are three reasons why Crossover Symmetry will increasing throwing velocity