Anthony BradyDriveline Baseball · Research & Development
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This table contains the data that was used to run the statistics in the study, 'Weighted Baseball Training Affects Arm Speed without Increasing Elbow and Shoulder Joint Kinetics"
Long-term training effects of weighted ball throwing programs have been well documented. However, the mechanisms by which these effects are facilitated are poorly understood due to the difficulty of measuring biomechanics in the baseball throwing motion. The purpose of this study is to replicate previous methods investigating within-session effects...
The stride phase of the baseball throwing motion is an influential aspect in throwing performance as described in previously published literature. The Rocker drill is a constraint that is often used to change or improve baseball throwing performance throughout a wide range of settings, coaches, and training programs. Due to the lack of quantified a...