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Baseball Arm Trainer

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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$49.00
$39.00
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The Baseball Arm Trainer Release device is truly a baseball arm trainer and an excellent baseball training aid for youth baseball. It may be the best baseball training device ever developed for hitting and throwing. You should begin training with this device as soon as possible! It will help you "stay connected" and will help you develop elite level hitting and throwing patterns.

THE “BASEBALL-ARM” TRAINER Release consists of two cuffs connected by an adjustable magnetic strap. One cuff is attached at the wrist and the other cuff is attached just above the bicep on the same arm. The device functions to delay extension of the Back-Elbow during your baseball training.

THE “BASEBALL-ARM” TRAINER restricts movement at the elbow joint and forces focus onto the shoulder joint.   The action of loading and the initial-stages of unloading the Back-Arm should take place solely at the shoulder joint and NOT at the other two joints of the arm: the wrist and elbow. Premature extension of the Back-Elbow during the loading phase of the Back-Arm or during the slotting phase creates a long swing, a heavy bat (by increasing rotational inertia) and reduces potential energy (by performing a less than optimal Back-Arm loading action). This device trains the hitter to "stay connected" when hitting baseballs.

Learning to “lift and turn the bone” without premature extension of the back elbow is one of the most important aspects of an elite swing and has been, to my knowledge, completely omitted by prior instruction. THE “BASEBALL-ARM” TRAINER rapidly increases the batter’s awareness of the bone’s movement resulting in a much more effective pattern in reduced time.

With the Release attachment, the batter can take full cuts in the “BASEBALL-ARM” TRAINER when training for baseball. The release attachment provides light resistance during baseball training to assist the batter in “lifting and turning the bone” without premature extension of the back elbow, however, the connection between the cuffs will release and produce a visual and physical sensation under force when the magnet releases. This allows the hitter to take live cuts during baseball hitting drills and receive immediate feedback as to the timing of the extension of his back elbow. Elbow extension should be delayed until just before contact, therefore the visual and physical sensation signifying extension should occur close to contact. If the connection is detached prematurely during the Back-Arm loading phase or as the elbow slots, the visual and physical sensation will occur before contact, alerting the batter that his Back-Arm pattern was incorrect during his baseball training session.

THE “BASEBALL-ARM” TRAINER is an important baseball training aid for infielders and catchers. THE “BASEBALL-ARM” TRAINER consists of two cuffs connected by an adjustable magnetic strap. One cuff is attached at the wrist and the other cuff is attached just above the bicep on the throwing arm. This baseball training tool functions to delay extension of the Back-Elbow.

High-level infielders and catchers do not increase the degree of extension at the throwing elbow until just before release. Youth baseball players should practice the same pattern as elite baseball players. The elbow is flexed as the ball is gripped in the glove, the elbow remains flexed as the humerus lifts (Abducts) and turns (internally rotates) to take the ball out of the glove, and it continues to resist extension as the humerus externally rotates to “lay the ball back” before release. Only as the ball begins to spring forward do we see increasing extension in the throwing elbow.

With the Release attachment selected, the thrower can make full throws in the “BASEBALL-ARM” TRAINER. The release attachment provides light resistance to assist the thrower in “lifting and turning the bone” without premature extension of the back elbow, however, the connection between the cuffs will release and produce a visual and physical sensation under force. This allows the thrower to make full throws and receive immediate feedback as to the timing of the extension of his back elbow. Elbow extension should be delayed until just before release, therefore the visual and physical sensation signifying extension should occur close to release. If the connection is detached prematurely as the ball is taken out of the glove or as the humerus externally rotates to “lay the ball back” the visual or physical sensation will occur well before release, alerting the thrower that his throwing arm pattern was incorrect.

 

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Testimonials

I really like this product. It was exactly what my daughter needed!
- David McGuire
Anytime you want to hit or throw, you need a couple of things: bat, glove, and ball...Well, you need to add one more...The Baseball/Softball Arm trainer. It gives invaluable feedback immediately.
While throwing you get the "feel" of the proper throwing technique. Your arms move much more efficiently at the shoulder joint. It also keeps your arm in the proper power position.
In Hitting, it plain and simple keeps you connected and short to the ball.
I don't care what "technique" you are taught, this tool should absolutely be used each time you train.
- Mike
@ISO_Baseball used arm trainer w/ 2 students last night. Immediate results! Teaching+Feel provided Perspective+ Understanding.
- GBA Baseball
We have been using the arm trainer and belt system for a few weeks and have been getting great feedback from our players. I learned a great deal from Dr. Yeager’s video series on the kinetic link. With his help, we can often see inefficiencies with back arm connection or poor weight shift and blocking of the front side in our players. The beauty of the arm trainer and belt system is that it is helping our players “feel” efficient movement patterns and they provide feedback when their movements are not so efficient. They are easy to implement and appear to be durable. We have not been using these products very long, but 5 or 6 of our players have already gone and bought their own arm trainer because they want more time with the product.
- Hunter Hoy-Hanover High School
The IsoBaseball Arm Trainer is a Cure-All to the catcher that reaches back and has a long arm path. This path is usually created from catchers playing different positions like outfield and pitcher when they are developing as a player in the younger years. We are not trying to tell everyone to give up on those positions (we won't have a game anymore). We are simply saying, when you choose to catch and make that your primary position, you need this training tool. It has a magnetic release and it easy to use. I wouldn't promote a product unless it was.
- Joe Wilkins(joewilkinscatching.com)
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