Throwing and Health Part I: Joint Injuries

Throwers are unique athletes and sometimes not given the credit which is deserved for how hard they train and their feats of athleticism. When working with clients in the fitness industry, they are often surprised by my level of mobility and speed. In their eyes I look like a really big dude that likely has lifted weights too much. Then I demonstrate an exercise and they are awakened at my ability to do basic gymnastics, jumping, balance, and coordination at a body weight of 280 pounds.


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  1. […] the first two installments of Throwing and Health, I touched on joint health and internal health for throwers. Today I would like to talk a bit about mental health in […]

  2. […] In Throwing and Health Part 1: Joint Injuries, I examined the influence of training as a thrower and some f the implications that would have on joint health. Today I want to talk a little more about health from the internal perspective […]

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