Solid improvement by @patsully25 on the timing of his arm. We were having an issue with his arm flipping up late and he’s been working hard to fix this issue. If your arm is late not only can there be potential health concerns, but performance wise it can be detrimental to velocity. A late arm tends to mean less of a stretch on the pec, which can lead to lower horizontal adduction angular velocity and therefore reduced ball velocity. Additionally, layback tends to be reduced which can also have a negative effect on ball velocity. Anyway, Sully is killing it and I’m pumped to watch him crush it in the spring!
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