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McHugh75
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Brent,

Where is it that you find all the studies about pitching mechanics and strength training that you frequently cite in the articles? I know about the ASMI and NPA, but where else do you look? I’m asking because I too want to do some research on s/c.

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I’ve been scavenging the NLM lately and have found out a lot about PAP which is fascinating. Also I came upon a study that I find very entertaining: From mental power to muscle power–gaining strength by using the mind. I just wish that they would have had a third experimental group. One that featured participants using both the strength training and the visualization. 

I also picked up this book at my library in hopes of learning more about recovery. One of the most enlightening messages that the book sent was that: “Working out makes you weaker. It’s during recovery that you actually get stronger. Therefore, the ones who can recover the best, will become the best.” 

There’s a lot of great information on this site about training, but not a ton about recovery. I was hoping that in the future you could put together an article about the best ways to recover.

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The info I have posted here is more on training because this is what the body does not do well. Its ultimate goal is not to make us better. Its ultimate goal is to make us lazy in the end. Recovery is what the body does incredibly well. All we need to do is support it. This involves nutrition and sleep. I have covered this a lot but not as intently as training. I do recommend a nutritional and supplement plan. The info is in the Nutrition section above and I plan to post this in an article again soon!

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I totally agree with you. Can’t wait to read your next article!

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