Okay, here’s the deal.
So far it’s offseason here in Finland and maybe two months until the season starts.
My goal and desire is off course to have as strong arm as possible to begin the season. Strong and durable since I will get a lot of pitching duties and also shortly after the season begins we will have the Nordic Championships with the national team, so I should be in top form there too.
I keep seeing in the MLB reports and everywhere around this site too pitchers saying they’re yet building their arm strenght towards the season.
Hehe, I didn’t know such thing was even possible. As you can imagine we live dark ages of baseball here :roll: I’ve lived my life thinking that arm strenght is standard and it does not variate…
Anyway, I need your help because there’s no coaches or anybody else who would probably even know about this whole topic down here. I am very thankful if you guys can help out with the following questions:
- What do I need to do to and how often to increase my arm strength?
- When do I need to start doing it so I can have peak results in two months?
- How to maintain the gained strength during the season if there can be a month or more in between games?
- How can I start building it at home with no possibilities of throwing outside for another 3 weeks or so…?
What I’m currently doing is lifting light weights and stretching every possible muscle, ligament and tissue I know. Can I do much more?
Thanks in advice guys…