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2013 AIA Division Championship Team Utilizes the Throw Pro Training System during 2013 Season

 2013 AIA Division Championship Team Utilizes the Throw Pro Training System during 2013 Season

May 30, 2013 - Las Vegas, NV  -- Throw Pro, a nationally recognized company specializing in innovative baseball and softball training aids, is proud to announce that the Throw Pro training system was utilized by the 2013 AIA Division I Championship Team, Desert Mountain High School. This was Desert Mountain's first AIA Division I State Championship against two time defending state champs Chaparral High School. Desert Mountain HS is now ranked #1 nationally.
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 Preventing Throwing Arm Injuries

50-60% of youth baseball injuries are due to overuse. This article originally appeared on TheBBR.com, a site committed to helping to prevent injuries for the 10 million American youth currently playing baseball. The epidemic of serious arm injuries, developing at young age (difficult to diagnose). Arm injuries, traditionally occurring in college & professional baseball, are now commonplace in high school.  Children are growing and growth cartilage still present at growth plates, which are vulnerable to overuse. Injuries result from increased pitch counts & increased use of breaking pitches by youth pitchers.
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 Dr. James Andrews talks Tommy John

When Dr. James Andrews talks about arm injuries in baseball, it would be crazy not to listen to him. After all, he is arguably the world's most famous and best orthopedic surgeon, and he has saved the pitching arms of some of the greatest professional baseball players on the planet. So when he has a request for the sport he loves, maybe it should be wise and listen to his request -- especially at the youth and high school level.


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 Matt Perisho explains Why Throw Pro

As a former MLB pitcher and one that learned the hard way how important mechanics and proper arm slot is as it relates to throwing and the longevity of throwing I feel I am more than qualified to be a spokesperson for all of us whose careers were and have been cut short because we didn't have a device like Throw Pro. For those of you that don't know me I spent 18 years playing professionally and 8 of those in the Majors with Anaheim, Texas, Detroit, Florida & Boston.


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Throw Pro Launches User Friendly Website for Baseball and Softball Players and Coaches

click for full sizeJune 6, 2013 - Placentia, CA - Throw Pro, a baseball and softball training aid endorsed by former MLB Pitcher, Matt Perisho, is proud to announce the launch of their newly designed website, http://www.ThrowPro.com.

Preventing Throwing Arm Injuries

Posted by throw_host on Wednesday, May 8, 2013 11:41 AM
50-60% of youth baseball injuries are due to overuse. This article originally appeared on TheBBR.com, a site committed to helping to prevent injuries for the 10 million American youth currently playing baseball. The epidemic of serious arm injuries, developing at young age (difficult to diagnose). Arm injuries, traditionally occurring in college & professional baseball, are now commonplace in high school.  Children are growing and growth cartilage still present at growth plates, which are vulnerable to overuse. Injuries result from increased pitch counts & increased use of breaking pitches by youth pitchers.

Dr. James Andrews talks Tommy John

Posted by throw_host on Wednesday, May 8, 2013 10:51 AM
When Dr. James Andrews talks about arm injuries in baseball, it would be crazy not to listen to him. After all, he is arguably the world's most famous and best orthopedic surgeon, and he has saved the pitching arms of some of the greatest professional baseball players on the planet. So when he has a request for the sport he loves, maybe it should be wise and listen to his request -- especially at the youth and high school level.

Matt Perisho explains Why Throw Pro

As a former MLB pitcher and one that learned the hard way how important mechanics and proper arm slot is as it relates to throwing and the longevity of throwing I feel I am more than qualified to be a spokesperson for all of us whose careers were and have been cut short because we didn't have a device like Throw Pro. For those of you that don't know me I spent 18 years playing professionally and 8 of those in the Majors with Anaheim, Texas, Detroit, Florida & Boston.

2013 AIA Division Championship Team Utilizes the Throw Pro Training System during 2013 Season

click for full sizeMay 30, 2013 - Las Vegas, NV  -- Throw Pro, a nationally recognized company specializing in innovative baseball and softball training aids, is proud to announce that the Throw Pro training system was utilized by the 2013 AIA Division I Championship Team, Desert Mountain High School. This was Desert Mountain's first AIA Division I State Championship against two time defending state champs Chaparral High School. Desert Mountain HS is now ranked #1 nationally.


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Dr. James Andrews talks Tommy John
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