What is the Spinner?
The Spinner is a spinning rhythmic shoulder stabilization warm up tool designed for baseball and softball throwers.
By methodically taking the Spinner through a series of exercises you are increasing blood flow into the shoulder as well as preparing the arm for the range of motion and stability required to throw a ball.
Why Should I Use The Spinner?
Think of the Spinner like throwing vitamins. You always wished you had taken them when it's already too late.
Warming up properly will help you take active precautions against arm injuries that will keep you out off competition.
Don't wait until it's too late.
Which Spinner Should I Buy?
If your fingertip to elbow length measures 12 inches or less, the JR. Spinner is recommended.
How do I use the Spinner?
The Spinner 10 exercise routine can be found below
Remember if you aren't good at the exercises in the beginning stay with it.
You will improve
When Should I Use the Spinner?
The Spinner should be used before any throwing or overhead activity.
This can include baseball, softball, football, or volleyball overhead movements.
It is an excellent companion to a band, wrist weight, or Plyo weighted ball warm up routine.
Who Is Using The Spinner?
The Spinner is used by players of all ages at all levels of baseball/softball from the major leagues, colleges, all the way down to youth fields.
One of the main responsibilities of the rotator cuff is to stabilize the GH joint throughout the throwing motion. We like the spinner from @clongbaseball to challenge this movement. We’ve seen multiple high level athletes come in and progress from having dead spots to full motion pic.twitter.com/kp0yMOOrOQ— Matt Hopkins DPT CSCS (@HopsAP) November 19, 2020
Had an accident with @clongbaseball Spinner and a plyocare ball. It’s been a huge hit at the facility. @NickyBurdi19 got the first use of new one that Chad sent right away. Could not have been more professional and awesome warranty to allow the guys/girls to stay on program. pic.twitter.com/HNx7HK5E4Y— Matt Hopkins DPT CSCS (@HopsAP) November 25, 2019
We added Chad Longworth’s Spinner to our arm care program a couple of weeks ago. Watching these kids learn how to get it spinning and keep it spinning has been fun! I’ve heard multiple quotes like “My shoulder burns so bad” and “Thats the longest 20 seconds ever”. @clongbaseball pic.twitter.com/vZIwxJf8Wf— Joe Kretz (@Kretzy13) December 9, 2019
Even MLB Hall Of Fame Carlton Fisk
Love it or Return it
We are so confident you will love The Spinner as your go to warm up tool we back every on with a love it or return it guarantee. We will ship you a return label in the box. If you don't like it, send it back for free and get a full refund. No questions asked
Every Spinner is backed by a 1 year parts breakage warranty with no questions asked