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1/7/2015 12:58:39 PM - Zack
I have a question regarding the recovery of a baseball pitcher. With all of the separate theories out there with pitchers running and icing directly after throwing. First with running why should a pitcher continue in a physical activity, either sprints or jogging, after throwing 100 pitches at a max effort movement just to increase fatigue onto the body. Then with icing, why shock your muscles and stop a natural process from occurring that will heal on its own with proper rest.

That's how people have done it for years. Doesn't mean it's right or wrong. Change doesn't come easy. When coaches who played did it that way and feel like they had success, naturally, they will think it's the only way.




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Matt Rhodes


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