Strength Training for Throwing Power Development

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Strength Training for Throwing Power Development

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A javelin thrower must have strength and endurance. In order to achieve an efficient throw, you must have healthy, strong leg muscles to increase momentum. Among the factors affecting throwing, speed and form are upper arms and shoulder muscle endurance and mobility. Combining strength and speed creates muscular power In this course, Coach Bill Miller discusses the significance of strength training, and how it benefits the throwing power of an athlete. He breaks down how to develop your accelerators as well as how to train your decelerators.� Simply click the �Book This Course� button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you�ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. Take Coach Bill Miller's secrets of strength training to develop true throwing power today!1 Intro Free 1:46 2 Know Your End Goal 5:01 3 Developing Your Accelerators - Part 1 4:19 4 Developing Your Accelerators - Part 2 3:54 5 Training Decelerators - Part 1 3:30 6 Training Decelerators - Part 2 3:00 7 The Development Process - Part 1 4:06 8 The Development Process - Part 2 3:52 9 Blending Throws with the Weight Room - Part 1 2:57 10 Blending Throws with the Weight Room - Part 2 4:34 11 Sample Training Week Free 1:43 12 FAQs & Conclusion 3:17 13 Q&A 6:52Bill Miller | Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist Bill Miller is the Head Sports Performance Trainer at Team Dream Big Athletics, a baseball training facility in Palatine, Illinois. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association, and he mainly trains baseball athletes. Bill Miller has been enamored with baseball, strength training, and physical improvement for as long as he can remember.�When Bill was in 5th grade, his brothers became enthusiastic about strength training, and he found himself following their footsteps, using baseball as his avenue for physical improvement.�He took his passion for the sport and played at the collegiate level at Trinity Christian College, where he graduated with a degree in Exercise Science.

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