Velocity Training: Increase the speed and power in your throws from any position
October 21, 2015
One of the five tools of a great baseball player is throwing ability. Division I college baseball coaches will be looking for players whose throwing abilities are at least 85 MPH, whether they’re throwing from the infield, outfield or the mound. Division II coaches will expect 82 MPH and above, and Division III requires speeds from the upper 70s.
What are you doing to enhance your throwing abilities and strengthen your rotator cuff?
The Ballplayer’s Edge Velocity Training program is guaranteed to increase velocity and decrease risk of injury. Athletes will focus on developing rotary propulsive power and building strength and stability in the muscles of the rotator cuff.