Chase Burns Mechanical Analysis

Chase Burns Mechanical Analysis

Chase Burns is one of the top collegiate arms in the country heading into next year and possesses an elite fastball, reaching 102 mph. In this video we do an in-depth mechanical analysis and discuss what allows him to reach these velocities. If you’re interested...
How to Actually Recover From Throwing

How to Actually Recover From Throwing

Throwing a baseball is a certainly a stressful endeavor. Our knowledge and training has improved over the last couple of decades and so has our knowledge of our recovery as it relates to throwing. However, recovery has now become a cottage industry unto itself and has...
Preparing the Pecs for High Velocity Throwing

Preparing the Pecs for High Velocity Throwing

The pectoralis muscles (“pecs”) play an important role in high velocity throwing as they (along with the latissimus dorsi) are one of the main accelerators of the arm. When the arm moves between cocking and acceleration the pec plays its most important role: moving...
The Role of the Lats in High Velocity Throwing

The Role of the Lats in High Velocity Throwing

Throwing is a complex pattern involving well-sequenced movements and the efficient transfer of energy through the body, leading to higher output than would otherwise be possible. The latissimus dorsi, or lats, play an important role in the throwing pattern. The lats...