If you're a player, we have numerous resources that can help you stay healthy while maximizing performance goals. From the youth player all the way to the professional ranks, DVS has something for you.
GET YOUR DVS SCORE
One of the first things we recommend to any player, regardless of age, is to get your pitching delivery checked out. How do you know if your throwing mechanics are leading you 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 pitching delivery. As such, every player has the ability to become informed on this matter by getting their DVS Score.
Once you receive your DVS Score, our online consultation service provides you with an opportunity to gain greater insight into how your specific movements on the mound resulted in your specific score. This knowledge not only gives you awareness, but it provides you with the means necessary to make the proper adjustments and throw with greater efficiency. Like we always say, in order to improve your score, you must first understand your score. In addition to learning more, we also can assist in monitoring your score throughout the season.
DVS ARM CARE SYSTEM
Our DVS Arm Care System provides you with another great avenue to ensure that your 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 you down, leading to either an injury or decreased performance. The DVS Arm Care System counteracts this build-up by giving you the means necessary to effectively strengthen the muscles of your arm, shoulder, and spine, and keep your throwing arm performing at a high level.
THE USPBL THROWING PROGRAM
How do you know if you're throwing too much? Too often? Too frequently? Too far? These are questions that you should know, as the health of your arm depends on it. Not many people realize this, but doing more doesn't necessarily translate to more, 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. This is why we created the USPBL Throwing Program, a program based upon efficiency, and designed to maximize your performance goals while limiting the amount of excess stress on your arm. In a culture where nobody is focused on efficiency, this is something that can give you a huge advantage as a player.