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Baseball

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Ajay Agarwal

on 2 February 2015

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Transcript of Baseball

The Human Body Heals Itself
You do the right things, at the right time,
in the right amount
If
Post Injury Protocol
Goals:
Increase Blood Flow
Increase Waste Removal (e.g. swelling)
Increase mobility
M = Movement
E = Elevation
T = Traction
H = Heat
R = Rest
I = Ice
C = Compression
E = Elevation
Whiplash to The Shoulder/ Elbow
When motion meets stillness

Shoulder moves independently to all other parts
"Garbage out, Groceries in"
Which Factor is the Most Important
Power
Agility
Strength
Endurance
Speed
Co-ordination
Balance
Flexibility
Muscle
Elasticity
Does Efficiency = Effectiveness?
Efficiency
- transferring energy via the best process, all and only what is needed at the right time, in the right amount, for the right result.
2 Ways to Produce a Force
Direct Mechanical
Way
Inverse Mechanical
Way
Body will never give you motion/strength unless it perceives stability
Power
Transformational Zones
LEARN TO BECOME AN EFFICIENT ATHLETE
Practice METH!
What do you do for post game
soreness/injury?
Bottom-Up Driver vs. Top-Down Driver
Right Hip Flexors
Right Hip Adductors
Quadriceps
Front Abdominals
Right Pectorals
Right Biceps
Right Wrist Flexors
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