I’m a junior in high school and play shortstop and pitch. I’ve asked this forum a lot of questions because it bothers me when my arm isn’t a strength in my game. I’ve fixed problems I’ve had in previous questions due to yalls help so I figured I’d ask another one. Some days I throw harder than other days, some days my balls dives before first base and others I throw through the first basemen with lots of velocity. I was wondering if maybe I don’t need to throw my hardest when I’m warming up every day? Possibly I’m doing to much throwing and too little maintence work? Would my arm be stronger if I didn’t throw hard in practice but saved it for games and continued to do rotator cuff workouts? Basically I’m wondering if throwing light most practices will decrease my velocity when I want to throw hard in games, or if throwing light will give my arm optimal performance when I need to throw hard on game day? (assuming I stick with my every other day y’s, t’s, and i’s weight excercises) When college players warmup for practice do they throw light and save arm for games or put zip on it throughout the season? Any advice is appreciated. Thanks!