Relatively speaking, the effects of repetitive overuse that can result in high school-age, collegiate, and professional athletes from either baseball or softball pitching have been and continue to be addressed in the literature. On the other hand, the effects of such repetitive overuse on youth are quite sparse due to the lack of data available. Mechanics, Pathomechanics, and Injury Prevention of Youth Baseball & Softball Pitchers is a resource for coaches, athletic trainers, and strength/conditioning specialists who want to better understand the basic mechanics of the two pitching motions as well as to be able to ascertain the pathomechanics that can be developed. The DVD also details specific preventative measures that can be implemented in attempt to minimize the pathomechanics and decrease the likelihood of an injury occurring.
Mechanics, Pathomechanics, and Injury Prevention of Youth Baseball & Softball Pitchers
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- Gretchen D. Oliver
- 110 minutes