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So perhaps you are a coach or parent with a child or children that participate in an overhead throwing sport. Maybe they’ve experienced throwing side pain or not, but are there indicators to help predict the likelihood of problems prior to an incident? The answer is yes.
Preseason training with proper load and volume on players arms is vital to not causing problems for the rest of the season.
Learn how to make a .300 hitter bat .100 average by applying the rule of nine. Pitching coach an physical therapist Mike Ruppel tells how get more outs!
Pitch counts can give coaches and parents an idea if a pitcher can continue on the mound, but there are other factors to consider when making the decision to keep the pitcher on the mound.