RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
ALL ABOUT EXTERNAL ROTATION
CREATED BY BASEBALL PLAYERS FOR BASEBALL PLAYERS
BERNSTEIN PRINCIPLE - Originated by Soviet neurologist, Nikolai Bernstein, this scientific principle states that the body will organize itself in accordance to the overall goal of balance and movement.
External rotation (ER) is the lateral rotation of the throwing shoulder that is defined in biomechanics and kinesiology as a transverse movement plane. It is initiated right after foot strike in power arms.
Rotating hips transfer the linear lower half energy into the arm, with ER transferring energy down the kinetic chain reaction into the elbow. Elasticity is crucial for ER and its range of motion (ROM) capacities. The more ER, the harder you throw, but ER is NOT a conscious motor pattern.
It is dictated upon how efficient and powerful the kinetic chain reaction is with energy flows and transfers. One of VeloPRO's best training benefits lays within improving ER's elastic energy output.
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