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Arm Care

Throwing Injury Prevention For Baseball & Softball Players

Baseball Rebellion’s on-site physical therapist Gabe Dimock takes you through common causes for throwing-related injuries and how to prevent them!

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Which Change-Up Grip is Right For You?

A look at how hand size and intent affect a pitchers ability to throw quality change ups and some alternative change up options for young and old throwers alike.

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Youth Players: Two Finger vs. Three Finger Fastball

YOUTH PLAYERS: Should you be throwing a two finger or three finger fastball? Baseball Rebellion’s Director of Throwing, Kyle Wormington investigates.

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Arm Health and Velocity Development for Position Players

Everyone knows that arm health and velocity are two important factors for all ball players, but too often we only reference them from the pitcher’s perspective

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Enhance your Pre-game Routine with Arm Care

How does your Pre-game Warm-up Impact your Health and Performance? I’ve watched teams warm-up many times throughout the years as both a coach and a player. When I was growing…

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Increase Velocity With A Leg Kick

If you were going to throw a baseball as hard as you can from a mound, how would you move your body? Imagine it’s a 2-2 count, the opposing teams best hitter is at the plate.  He continues to foul off pitch after pitch. It’s time to put a bit extra on your fastball and……

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How Important Is Your Arm Swing?

What is the Arm Swing? One of the most valuable components of the Baseball Rebellion pitching program is teaching a thrower to build a consistently repeatable arm swing. Whether you are a position player or pitcher, being able to repeat your arm path is crucial in making efficient throws. The arm swing is the path…

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The Best Offspeed Pitch for Youth Pitchers

Wondering if your son should throw a curveball in little league? Baseball Rebellion talks about the benefits of learning how to throw a changeup first.

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The Cause of Andrew Miller’s Knee Trouble

    We don’t usually talk about lower half injuries in baseball pitchers. It is more like shoulder, elbow, lat, and an occasional blister on a finger. In this article, we…

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46ft to 60ft 6in: Making The Transition

“My son is going to be moving back to 60’6″ and I am worried about his arm health. What is the best thing we can do?”  This question has come…

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Catchers, Arm Injuries, and Throwing Runners Out!

Catchers, Arm Injuries, and Throwing Runners Out! When most people talk about throwing injuries, pitchers are the main subject. This makes sense when considering that roughly 25 percent of Major League…

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