ThrowMax Baseball Throwing Aid MAD MAX says: ThrowMax is one of the best training items to teach boys how to throw properly. The ThrowMax is a brace that the child puts on their throwing arm. This item will help keep your arm at the proper angle. It will help create muscle memory so that from now on they will throw properly. It will also allow proper rotation, which is key, because it will prevent injury. ThrowMax is the way to go.
Keeps arms at a proper 85-90 degree angle
Provides instant feedback
Creates muscle memory
Allows the appropriate rotation of the arm and shoulder
Develops body coordination and increased ball velocity
How to Put On -- Overhand Instructions:
Step 1 -- Loop the straps through the buckles and slide the brace up the arm
Step 2 -- Position the brace so that the small thin bar is just above the point in the elbow (various adjustments will have to be made since all arms are different)
Step 3 -- When the brace is on correctly, the wide bar that is on the inside of the arm should be the only bar flexing and the other 2 are stabilizing
How To Put On: Underhand Instructions:
Step 1 -- Loosen the velcro straps and slide the brace around so that the middle of the middle bar is hovering above the middle of the crease in the arm, opposite side of the elbow
Step 2 -- Tighten the straps and you're ready to throw
Sizing by Height:
Extra-Small -- up to 4' 7"
Small -- 4' 8" to 5' 2"
Medium -- 5' 3" to 5' 8"
Large -- 5' 9" and up
ThrowMax Baseball Throwing Aid