Common Arm Care Mistakes: Installment 3
Written on January 17, 2014 at 10:06 am, by Eric Cressey
In continuing with our series on common errors I see throwers make in their arm care programs, today, I want to focus on how we coach pulling motions in these populations. Check out this video to learn more:
Throwers need to learn how to move the scapula on the rib cage in order to get to a good position of upward rotation to throw. If you just pin everything down with the lats, you interfere with that upward rotation potential. The scapula needs to be stable, but it also needs to be mobile enough to move freely on the rib cage.
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