Formostar and Pitchers Injuries

When I was a kid, nine years old or so, I was a lunatic baseball fan. A New York mets fan. I still am. Die hard. The Mets actually have a super talent laden roster. But it is the injuries. Especially to the pitchers! Formostar and Pitchers Injuries, is something that I have been giving a lot of thought to.

The action of throwing a baseball is an unnatural one. A pitcher does this over and over again. From little league on, a pitcher is constantly throwing that baseball. Rearing back and at times either throwing it as hard as he can, or twisting his arm at very stressful angles to get the ball to curve, slide, sink, or rise.

In an age where “more is better”, the faster one can throw that baseball, the more lucrative a potential baseball contract can potentially be. Many pitchers have started to lift weights. Heavy weights. Sometimes, very heavy weights. The thinking with this is that the more muscle that the arms and shoulders have, the more a pitcher can generate velocity. But there is evidently a problem with this type of thinking. Sure, lifting weights can strengthen the muscles required to throw faster, and harder, but that in turn will also put more strain on the ligaments and tendon, neither one which get any stronger by the weight lifting process.

So, I was thinking… The Formostar Infrared Body Wrap System may indeed be a perfect way to address this situation. Formostar and Pitchers Injuries can be tied together, I believe. In theory, If a pitcher were to wrap his pitching shoulder and let’s say elbow and maybe even forearm and wrist in the infrared heat that a Formostar emits, the super deep heating effect could loosen those very ligaments that are so often the source of catastrophic injuries these days.

You would also be super heating these tendons and ligaments, carrying oxygen rich blood throughout these problem spots. More vital nutrition could be delivered and the increased circulation and warmth would not only be healthy, but also make stretching more efficient and keep the muscles more limber during a game, as well as between pitching days. Maybe even in between innings?

Formostar and Pitchers Injuries can be a connection that may lessen these terrible injuries. I looked up some information on baseball pitchers injuries at http://www.stopsportsinjuries.org and will leave you with a short section of this article. If you enjoy it and find it of help, please click on http://www.stopsportsinjuries.org/STOP/Prevent_Injuries/Baseball_Injury_Prevention.aspx to read the balance of this material.

 

Injuries in young athletes are on the rise, but elbow and shoulder injuries in children are on the verge of becoming an epidemic. Thousands of children are seen each year complaining of elbow or shoulder pain. Damage or tear to the ulnar collateral ligament (UCL) is the most common injury suffered and is often caused by pitchers throwing too much. This ligament is the main stabilizer of the elbow for the motions of pitching. When it becomes damaged, it can be difficult to repair and rehabilitate.