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Throwing Specific Strength and Conditioning. Compiled by Matt Gieringer MS, CSCS and Eric McElroy DPT, CSCS. Throwing Specific Strength & Conditioning. Multi-Disciplinary approach: Athletic Performance & Rehabilitation Greater Rotational Power More Durable Athlete. Prehabilitation I.

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throwing specific strength and conditioning

Throwing Specific Strength and Conditioning

Compiled by Matt Gieringer MS, CSCS and Eric McElroy DPT, CSCS

throwing specific strength conditioning
Throwing Specific Strength & Conditioning
  • Multi-Disciplinary approach:
  • Athletic Performance & Rehabilitation
    • Greater Rotational Power
    • More Durable Athlete
prehabilitation i
Prehabilitation I
  • PREHAB I
    • Post-Injury
    • Transitional rehab plan
  • What was “cause” of injury?
    • Overuse
    • Traumatic
  • What is physical status?
    • Successful D/C from rehab
      • Hitting all goals
    • Healing success/MD discharge
    • HEP compliance
assessment
Assessment
  • Primary vs. Secondary effects
    • What has the athlete been doing? (globally)
    • Cause vs. effect (chicken or the egg)
    • Assess for global biomechanical deficits (ie hips, t-spine, etc)
      • Strength, mobility, stability globally.
      • Proprioceptive status globally.
    • Post rehabilitation throwing mechanics.
transitioning from rehabilitation to athletic performance
Transitioning from Rehabilitation to Athletic Performance
  • 2-3 week focus prior to initiation of strength and conditioning.
  • Address Problem areas—Dysfunction, looking for global problem areas
  • Mobility, flexibility, NMR control
    • Thoracic spine, hips, foot and ankle.
  • Regaining Global Linear & Multi-Planar MVMTs
  • Stressing Involved Region in ALL 3 Planes @ controlled Extreme
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Strength & Conditioning for Throwing Athletes Considerations for Defining Effective Strength and Conditioning:
  • Movement Based Throwing Specific Movements Decides Priority of Muscles to be Trained
    • Normally Functioning Human
    • Well Functioning Athlete
    • Excellent Throwing Athlete
      • Loading and Exploding (Rotational Acceleration/ Deceleration/ Re-acceleration)
considerations for defining effective strength and conditioning
Considerations for Defining Effective Strength and Conditioning:
  • Energy System Demands
    • Conditioning Specifically for Baseball in different phases of training
    • Phosphagen System
    • Aerobic System
considerations for defining effective strength and conditioning8
Considerations for Defining Effective Strength and Conditioning:

Training Age and Phase (season)

  • Actual Age of Athlete
  • How many months, years, and off-seasons has the athlete trained/ played baseball?
  • Competitive Level
  • Injuries?
  • Other developmental issues…
lower extremities
Lower Extremities

The Power House of Throwing

plyometrics
Plyometrics
  • Stretch Shortening Cycle
    • Coordinates NM Firing
trunk core du jour
Trunk (“Core Du Jour”)

Transmission of the human body.

upper extremities
Upper Extremities

Gleno-Humeral and the Scapulo-Thoracic Joints.

prehabilitation ii
Prehabilitation II
  • PREHAB II:
    • Making the Healthy Throwing Athlete More Durable!!!
prehabilitation ii making the healthy throwing athlete more durable
Prehabilitation II—Making the Healthy Throwing Athlete More Durable
  • Integrated with Strength Program
  • Addressing all 3 planes of motion of all moveable parts (sagittal, frontal, transverse)
    • Focus on weakness.
    • Strength, mobility, and stability.
    • PNF (proprioception)
    • Multiple parts moving at one time (t-spine mob., lunge matrix)
  • Functional, Functional, Functional
    • We prepare the athlete for the demands of sport
    • Promote stability with movement vs. isolation
  • Time for optimal return to competition.
demonstrations
Demonstrations
  • Come to the demonstrations to see the ACTION!
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