The Hip Bone’s Connected to the… Elbow?

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Add this one to the category of things that are interesting, but not really surprising… The other day I came across an article that cited a recent study where researchers examined the relationship between hip mobility and and injury risk for pitchers.

In pitching injuries, the elbow is connected to the hip bone

Over the years, there have been a number of studies looking at the link between hip mobility, rotation and pitching velocity. For example:

Passive ranges of ...

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Hip Mobility for Pitchers with Strength Coach Josh Heenan

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If you’ve followed my site, you know I’m a big on getting your hips into your pitching delivery. It’s something I talk about in two recent video lessons – here they are again if you missed them:

How Masahiro Tanaka gets his hips into his pitching delivery

Tips for learning to lead with loaded hips in your pitching motion

And working to stay loaded ...

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Pitching Stuff You Should Read

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dumb-and-dumber-hair-borderSo, it’s been one of those crazy weeks…

Ever feel like you’re being pulled in 1,000 different directions? So rather than scramble and hurry together a new post for you this week, I thought I’d share with you some other great pitching content.

And since I’m actually heading up to see these guys present at a seminar in a couple days, just seemed to make sense.

The seminar I’m attending is titled “Using ...

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