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    I'm trying to figure out something that happeneds to me once and a while and has happended to other people I know. It happends on a fastball and the feeling is tingleing/quick pain through the whole arm. After the pitch is over it goes away.

    What is this from?

    IMO i think it could be the body slowing down the limb or the arm is fatigued but I'm not sure.

    Please help me I've all way's wanted to know what it is.

    P.S this is not a problem really at all for me but some people I know have this alot when they pitch. I remember last time I had it was mid last year but then it went away.

    What is it?

  • #2
    Originally posted by RIstar View Post
    I'm trying to figure out something that happeneds to me once and a while and has happended to other people I know. It happends on a fastball and the feeling is tingleing/quick pain through the whole arm. After the pitch is over it goes away.

    What is this from?

    IMO i think it could be the body slowing down the limb or the arm is fatigued but I'm not sure.

    Please help me I've all way's wanted to know what it is.

    P.S this is not a problem really at all for me but some people I know have this alot when they pitch. I remember last time I had it was mid last year but then it went away.

    What is it?
    As I have said before, I have seen a HUGE timing problem in videos of you throwing.

    This is likely related to that.
    Hitting Coordinator for Harris-Stowe State University in St. Louis.

    I also work with the pitchers who are dealing with injury problems.

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    • #3
      Nerves in the arm?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by cosmo34 View Post
        Nerves in the arm?
        His arm is being briefly pulled out of its socket by the rotational forces of the throw. Needless to say, this puts a lot of strain on the muscles and nerves in the arm (probably more the shoulder than the elbow).
        Hitting Coordinator for Harris-Stowe State University in St. Louis.

        I also work with the pitchers who are dealing with injury problems.

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        • #5
          Chris this has not happened since last year. I've been fine so far no pain or soreness that has heard me back.

          I've been talking to some people that this has happened to.

          Ps. Chris I have provided photos before of my arm getting up on the center line in time before proving it's not a timing problem.

          What should I tell the kids that this has happened to?

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          • #6
            I've had this feeling... It happened yesterday in the game. I was in right, I had to keep this guys hit to a triple... I had to throw it fast and over 250 ft, so I threw the ball flat footed from the wall into the infield. I got that feeling in the arm. I'm over flexible. According to my doctor, I can get small tweaks or pulls easily, but it will rarely be serious.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by RIstar View Post
              What should I tell the kids that this has happened to?
              1. Nothing
              2. Tell your parent
              3. Tell your coach
              4. See a doctor
              5. I don't know
              6. Hmmmm

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