Over the past 8 years we have helped hundreds of athletes completely eliminate arm pain, many of them coming back better than they were before they were injured.
Over 140 athletes have been able to reach the 90 mph threshold off the mound.
Several MLB clients consult with me regularly and fly me out to help them during the season anytime they experience arm pain
You see, the common approach to managing arm pain or injury is to rest, do some physical therapy to reduce “inflammation”, and then gradually return to throwing.
But this approach has a major flaw in that it assumes all injuries are due to overuse. We have discovered through years of research that while workload is a variable to consider, it is being given far too much weight.
In our experience, how
you throw, is far more important than how much
And I would add: how your connective tissue is prepared, your physical constraints in joint mobility and stability, your training habits, your recovery plan, and your sleep, nutrition, and hydration status are also vital pieces of the puzzle that must be addressed.
Our Baseball Ranch Assessment Tool (BRAT) is the first of it’s kind and combines a thorough physical/medical exam with a meticulous high-speed video analysis of an athlete’s biomechanical throwing patterns to create the template for hyper-individualized, customized training plan designed to eliminate all possible contributors/risk factors for arm pain or injury.
Once inefficiencies or limitations are identified, it’s a matter of implementing a proven process to shift those variables to the athlete’s favor.
We assign and instruct corrective exercises to improve all contributory physical constraints, we create a healthy and effective recovery and nutrition plan, and we employ a variety of corrective throwing drills to elicit safer, more efficient movement patterns without compromising velocity, command, or “stuff”.
As you matriculate through the process, you’ll begin to feel the pain in your arm decrease, your velocity will increase, and your strike percentage will improve.
What’s not to like about that?
If you or any players you know (position players are welcome too) are experiencing arm pain or coming back from surgery, or just want to add a few mph to the old fastball, please contact us.
We want to be the difference you’ve been looking for.
We want to get you back on the field, continuing your development, and achieving success beyond your wildest dreams
Call us at 866-STRIKE3
about attending one of our camps or programs.