Dynamic Corrective Exercises

The purpose of dynamic exercises is to incorporate controlled rotational stability with combined upper and lower extremity movement patterns. The effort required to control the positions of the trunk and core are just as important as the exercise itself. Deviation away from midline or loss of pelvic positioning defeats the purpose of the exercise.

Remember: the only way to accelerate a ball efficiently is to maintain your posture throughout the entire acceleration and deceleration phase of the throwing motion.

Progression to the dynamic stability exercises allows athletes to fully benefit from the phase specific positioning of our kinematic sequence throwing program. These exercises are best performed with an SFMA band with visual inspection to ensure proper performance. Performing in front of a mirror or with supervision is the best way to accomplish this. We recommend performing with partners to maximize your outcome.