CSP Elite Baseball Development Podcast: October 2022 Q&A

Written on October 13, 2022 at 6:26 am, by Eric Cressey

It’s time for another listener Q&A, so I cover three questions from our audience in this week’s podcast:

  1. I’ve heard you talk several times about how there are checks and balances in the throwing shoulder. Can you please elaborate on what that means?
  2. What are some non-traditional causes or potential predictors of injury that we need to keep in mind?
  3. What are some next frontiers in baseball development that get you excited?

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