I have always thrown low-low 3/4, but it has never been this low before. Sometimes my arm even gets below horizontal, and I can really feel the stress on my forearm. I don't know how this happened, but it was within the last week or so. I think it's just a bad habit, but I'm finding it hard to break now. When I dry throw, my arm seems to get up fine with a high arm slot, but the second I try to throw a ball it drops to horizontal or even below. Even worse, I will try to throw over the top and I will still sometimes end up throwing sidearm despite it feeling to me at the time like I was over-the-top. So I can't feel that this is happening, except afterwards with a sore forearm, and on video tape where it looks horrendous. I need help at least getting it back up to where it was before (low-low 3/4 like randy johnson), and preferably up to low 3/4 if possible. I have been doing a lot of mdicine ball horizontal throws, which teaches my trunk to rotate horizontally, whereas a pitcher actually rotates kind of on an axis (look at clips of lincecum his trunk doesnt stay upright and rotate horizontally). Maybe I subconsciously taught myself to throw this way? Anyway, watch the clip and I'm desperately asking for some help prior to the season starting. I could function this way if I had to, but I feel it would likely get me injured. Thanks.