There's something I've been wondering about, and maybe you all can help.
First off, I'm a baseballplayer, with alot of wear and tear on my shoulder.
It's not a 100% healthy, but it's the best it's felt in a number of years.
However as I'm getting older (just turned 29 *snicker), I notice that my arm seems to have less and less crisp throws in it.
This season, there where several days where I had to stop throwing between innings, because my arm just felt done.
Especially if we were playing on back to back days. As a position player, I don't make that many throws during warmups / games.
The arm/shoulder area was iced regulary after starts and practices.
Experience taught me that my arm needed 2 full days to recover before being 'charged up' again.
What exercises can I do to increase the amount of throws I can get out my arm on a given day? ie, get more endurance?
How can I decrease the recovery my arm needs?
What's the way to get my arm in shape to throw every day?
Thanks in advance,
PS: Not sure if it's in the right forum, not sure where else to post it.