Originally Posted by Chas Tennis
I don't know when the video was made. He published a paper in 1998 on the subject but I could not locate it.
As long as you understand the shoulder-shoulder to upper arm alignment as you start back to serving that was the main point.
Nah, Iam not buying into that. Even if I had perfect biomechanics and perfect muscle balance I would have still have a tear in my cuff. First impact then overuse and a type 3 ac joint caused my problems. Man was build to climb to to throw overhand.
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305 for 15 REPS, 470 one rep max BENCH PRESS