If your goal is to throw harder and perform better.
Better be doing mobility/flexibility work.
I personally love this one with the foam roller.
But the key with the foam roller is passive mobility will NOT give you what you want.
That’s why I like this particular exercise. Because you’re creating that’s link with the brain to say you’re lifting the arm, Lats need to turn down.
(But turn down for what?...sorry. Had to throw that Lil John
Throw, lift, or hit overhead? Better check internal rotation of your shoulder. Here’s a really fast check to see how flexible your rotator cuff and posterior (back side) shoulder joint is. Flexibility and mobility are so overlooked in developing true strength and even more what you’re actually wanting.... To throw harder, lift better and perform at your peak. You can’t perform at your peak with a lack of good mobility and flexibility. Check o
Here’s a self assessment to check how tight they are yourself.
This video is part of a much much larger video series I am doing for people who suffer with tight hamstrings. In the series we will discuss how to determine whether it is a lower back issue, hip issue, strength issue or if it really is the hamstrings. Click the CONTACT button at the top of the page and fill out the form at the bottom of the page. Make sure you put hamstrings in the