The 3 WORST Baseball Shoulder Exercises! (HERE’S WHY)
We consistently see athletes who have been hurt lifting weights and haven’t been able to throw. Three of the most common exercises that injured these athletes are upright rows, chest flies, and dips. The potentially dangerous nature of these exercises can make them a liability for overhead athletes who need specific training for their shoulder. Unnecessarily placing the shoulder in a provocative test position and adding load has the potential to injure that athlete. Avoiding exercises for baseball players and pitchers that can attenuate the anterior capsule of the glenohumeral joint should be done.