To better assist your child on their journey through baseball, we have numerous resources that you can take advantage of as a parent. In a culture where everyone is an "expert," stumbling upon bad information is far too common. This is a problem in itself, but it becomes almost scary if that information is pushing your child closer to an injury, and away from their full potential as a player.
GET THEIR DVS SCORE
One of the first things we recommend to any parent, regardless of your child's age, is to get their pitching delivery checked out. How do you know if their throwing mechanics are leading them towards an injury by placing excess and unnecessary stress on your throwing arm? This is something you absolutely need to know, especially considering how much time, effort, and money you either already have, or are about to, put into perfecting your child's pitching delivery. As such, every parent has the ability to become informed on this matter by getting your child's DVS Score.
IMPROVE THEIR DVS SCORE
Once you receive your child's DVS Score, our online consultation service provides you with an opportunity to gain greater insight into how your child's specific movements on the mound impacted their score. This knowledge not only equips you with awareness, but it empowers you to provide your child with the right information, so they can make the proper adjustments necessary to throw with greater efficiency. Like we always say, in order to improve a score, you must first understand what goes into it.
DVS ARM CARE SYSTEM
Our DVS Arm Care System provides you with another great avenue to ensure that your child's throwing arm is staying functional and healthy. Over time, the overuse and stress associated with throwing a baseball can start taking its toll. If not identified, it's this slow accumulation of stress that eventually wears an arm down, leading to either injury or decreased performance. The DVS Arm Care System counteracts this build-up by giving your child the means necessary to effectively strengthen the muscles of the arm, shoulder, and spine, so they can keep their arm performing at a high level.
USPBL THROWING PROGRAM
How do you know if your child is throwing too much? Too often? Too frequently? Too far? These are questions that every player should know, as the health of their arm depends on it. Not many people realize this, but doing more doesn't necessarily translate to better performance, especially as it relates to throwing. Rather, it's all about what you do, when you do it, and how you do it that is the key. With that being said, over-aggressive and inefficient throwing regimens are going to do nothing but get in your child's way of success. As a parent, you can help facilitate the answers to the questions above by providing them with the USPBL Throwing Program.
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