Prepare Your Arm for Spring Baseball Seasons

Posted by Chad Longworth on

Don't start the season with excessive elbow soreness!
That's right, elbow!
But didn't I invent a shoulder care tool?
Yes, but did you know that most elbow discomfort comes from weakness and instability in the shoulder?

 

Shoulder force acceptance exercises are an important aspect of injury prevention and rehabilitation for athletes and individuals who engage in activities that put a lot of strain on their shoulders. These exercises help to strengthen the muscles and tissues in the shoulder region, improving their ability to withstand the forces placed on them during physical activity.

There are several reasons why shoulder force acceptance exercises are important:

  1. Injury prevention: By strengthening the muscles and tissues in the shoulder region, individuals are less likely to suffer from injuries such as strains or sprains. This is especially important for athletes who rely on their shoulders to perform at a high level.

  2. Improved performance: Stronger shoulder muscles and tissues can lead to improved performance in activities such as lifting, throwing, and overhead movements. This can be particularly beneficial for athletes looking to improve their athletic abilities.

  3. Rehabilitation: Shoulder force acceptance exercises can also be an important part of the rehabilitation process for individuals who have suffered from a shoulder injury. These exercises can help to restore strength and mobility to the shoulder, allowing the individual to return to their previous level of activity.

Overall, shoulder force acceptance exercises are an important aspect of maintaining healthy shoulders and preventing injuries. By incorporating these exercises into a regular fitness routine, individuals can improve their shoulder strength and reduce their risk of injury.

Throw the RebounderPad in your bag to get your post-throwing fitness exercises
Its simple!
1. Take your favorite Driveline Baseball plyo in your throwing hand
2. Throw the ball down with moderate effort into the center of the pad
3. The ball will hit the pad & rebound back up
4. With a stiff/rigid throwing arm catch & stick the ball where you released the throw into the pad

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