Is running the only possible way to get the soreness and lactic acid out of your arm after a start?
Gotta ice champ but yes running is one of the better ways i’ve found. Also not just running after you pitch that day but running 1-2 days after you pitch helps as well.
I’m not sure lactic acid necessarily automatically equates to soreness. But if you’re getting some lingering soreness, ice is helpful, but also some preventative shoulder exercises 3X a week will be helpful. I’m talking about Jobes/Throwers 10/tubing type exercises. Gotta do these exercises, guys!
I’ll attest to that, especially the tubing exercises! Btw steve are you following me around the forums tonight or what? :lol:
stalking I think is a better word :twisted: