In this week’s podcast, the Arm Care Team talks with Athletic Trainer Kaylee Shores. She is highly active in managing the team’s data to enhance performance and reduce injuries and ArmCare is her essential tool.
Ryan Clark a former 5th round draft pick and now founder of Ripple Baseball discusses individualizing training using experiments, experts, and technology to push performance.
Dr. Chris Bishop joins us to discuss measuring lower body explosive power, asymmetry, and predicting injury risk or performance potential. Jordan and Ryan tap Chris’ experience to discuss a variety of topics including antagonist / agonist movements pairings, and limb dominance.
In this week’s More Than Velocity, Ryan wraps up his talk with Mike Killian. You are in for a ride as the conversation goes from snake venom and rats to rehabbing a bone fracture of a collegiate pitcher throwing 90+.
Watch Listen Show Notes In this week’s More Than Velocity, we cover the comeback of a Division I pitcher who was experiencing arm pain and the steps it took to get him back on the mound. The discussion covers drills and training tools related to both the biomechanical and physiologic demands of regaining the throwing…
Mike Killian works with all types of athletes in their return to performance, but his forte is baseball pitchers and getting them out of pain. He’s interesting because, in the traditional sense of “rehabilitation”, the athlete gets passed from the therapist to the coach and typically loses contact with the therapist when re-entering…
In this episode of More Than Velocity, we take a deep dive into the exam process for the ArmCare App and cover some essential analytics that we pull from each test.
Rob Gray is an Associate Professor of Human Systems Engineering at Arizona State University where he works to answer many of the questions about how we learn to move. Rob has a diverse background where he’s worked with Nissan Motor Corp, and the US Air Force, serving as an expert witness for driving accident cases,…
Scott Emerson has been coaching professional pitchers for over 20 years and is currently working at the highest level as the pitching coach for the Oakland Athletics.
After re-centering himself and finding his purpose again in baseball, Ty is making a comeback with the LA Angles. In our discussion, Ty discusses some of the self-evaluation, analytics, processes, and routines that have helped him find success.