Q & A – Icing a Pitcher’s Arm
Question: If a 12 yr old pitcher is going to pitch a game in the morning around 9:00a.m. and is scheduled to start again later in the afternoon, say around 4:00 p.m., is it advisable to ice her arm right after the 1st game or wait until she is done for the day? Or, is it best to ice a pitchers arm afterevery game regardless? Answer: Icing should be done ideally after every game. However, it should not be done if you have a game right after (within 2-3 hours). But if the time difference is 5-6 hours just like the ...
Sleep Deprivation in Softball
Eight hours of sleep seems like a colossal waste of time, doesn't it? After all, in the hectic world we live in, those precious hours could be put to use for many other more useful things. So why is sleep important and why do we need so much of it? This report discusses the most overlooked performance factor in softball and how it really can affect your game. This is a PDF document. Download Your Item Sleep Deprivation in Softball Download Instructions Simply click on the link for each item you want to download. The file will open in your browser. If you want ...
Performance System – Ultimate 52-Week High-Performance Softball Training System
Are you very serious about reaching your maximum potential? Are you hard working? Then, this complete and breakthrough Ultimate 52-Week High-Performance Softball Training System is for you! This MONSTER 466-page system contains simply the best and most comprehensive softball workouts on the planet! These are the same softball training workouts, advanced training methods, and innovative exercises all the best softball softball players in the world use to achieve extraordinary performances. WARNING: This advanced training system is very challenging and is designed only for serious, hard-working elite players. These are large PDF documents - they may take a moment to download. Download Your Item Ultimate ...
Rotator Cuff Injuries
When you throw the ball, some muscles are responsible for accelerating the arm while others are responsible for decelerating it. The rotator cuff is a group of 4 muscles located in the back of the shoulder responsible for the deceleration of the throwing arm. Because of the high velocities generated by the throwing motion, the repetitive nature of the action, and the fact that these 4 small muscles are often weak and untrained, softball players are very prone to develop rotator cuff injuries. This report discusses what is the rotator cuff, what are rotator cuff injuries, and how to treat and prevent ...
Performance System – How to Perform Your Best at Your Next Tryouts
Most players fail to deliver their best performance when trying out because they (a) choke under pressure, (b) are not well-prepared and/or (c) don't really know what to expect. If you aren't well-prepared, don't know how to handle stress, and/or don't know what to expect, you will fail to show the best of yourself, choke and leave a bad impression with the coaches. And you will definitely not make the team. What you need to leave a positive impression and deliver a head-turning performance is to find a way to... Be mentally tough by staying focus, avoiding distractions, and having the right attitude Perform ...
Preventive and Rehab Exercises for Softball Pitchers
Because of the repetitive nature of what they do, pitchers are much more likely to develop overuse injuries than any other position players. This document provides a whole range of preventive and rehab exercises to help softball pitchers prevent and/or heal overuse injuries. Important Note: This document contains a lot of exercises. It is NOT advised to do them all as it would take way too long. It is recommended to pick 6-8 preventive and rehab exercises at a time and rotate them every month. Idem for the stretches. This is a PDF document. Download Your Item Preventive and Rehab Exercises for Softball Pitchers
Scientific Proof – Muscle Activation Patterns of the Upper and Lower Extremities During the Windmill Softball Pitch
Scientific Proof – Effect of Various Warm-Up Devices on Bat Velocity of Intercollegiate Softball Players
Scientific Proof – Study of Strength and Conditioning Practices in a Varsity High School Athletic Program
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