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Baseball Conditioning & Velocity Workout

Increase your arm strength, reduce your risk of injury, and watch your throwing velocity increase with this baseball-specific conditioning app

Increase your arm strength, reduce your risk of injury, and watch your throwing velocity increase with this baseball-specific conditioning app

Baseball Conditioning & Velocity Workout

by C. Nootbaar, Inc.
Baseball Conditioning & Velocity Workout
Baseball Conditioning & Velocity Workout
Baseball Conditioning & Velocity Workout

What is it about?

Increase your arm strength, reduce your risk of injury, and watch your throwing velocity increase with this baseball-specific conditioning app!

Baseball Conditioning & Velocity Workout

App Details

Version
1.0
Rating
NA
Size
320Mb
Genre
Sports Health & Fitness
Last updated
September 12, 2013
Release date
September 12, 2013
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App Store Description

Increase your arm strength, reduce your risk of injury, and watch your throwing velocity increase with this baseball-specific conditioning app!

This particular app was created by the National Pitching Association (NPA) in collaboration with the Rod Dedeaux Research & Baseball Institute (RDRBI) to give baseball athletes an easy-to-follow workout protocol that can be done on a typical field without any necessary equipment.

The goal is to get throwers, particularly pitchers, to properly warm-up and condition their arm and body before taking the field. Although throwing a baseball is very taxing on the elbow and shoulder, research by the NPA and RDRBI has shown that with some simple whole-body exercises, the risk for injury is dramatically reduced, especially for pitchers. And the end result is that throwing velocities often increase without additional effort by the thrower!

For maximum results, the entire workout should be done 4~5 times per week before proceeding with regular practice or bullpens.

For more information about the NPA or RDRBI please visit their websites at:
nationalpitching.net
rdrbi.org

Wishing you good health and success on the ball field!