Muscles in the delivery


#1

If you are rotating to soon and you think you are doing everything right this could be the problem. If you have a tight hamstring or hip you could rotate to soon. The way to tell if you have a tight hip/hamstring is to do a squat. When you do the squat if your feet turn to the outside it means you have a tight hip/outside hamstring and would need to strech it.
When doing the squat if you feet turn out and your hands come forword it means you have a weak core.
So instead of blaming it on bad mechanics it might be you have a tight hip/hamstring or a weak core. If you do have a weak core you will bend away to your glove side to make a arm angle which then in return puts stress on the arm.
This information came from mike clark MLB athletic trianer and sports enhancer.


#2

anyone going to post anything?


#3

[quote=“RIstar”]If you are rotating to soon and you think you are doing everything right this could be the problem. If you have a tight hamstring or hip you could rotate to soon. The way to tell if you have a tight hip/hamstring is to do a squat. When you do the squat if your feet turn to the outside it means you have a tight hip/outside hamstring and would need to strech it.
When doing the squat if you feet turn out and your hands come forword it means you have a weak core.
So instead of blaming it on bad mechanics it might be you have a tight hip/hamstring or a weak core. If you do have a weak core you will bend away to your glove side to make a arm angle which then in return puts stress on the arm.
This information came from mike clark MLB athletic trianer and sports enhancer.[/quote]thats interesting