High Level Throwing: Water Bottle Drill Long Arm Action

Posted by austin-wasserman | 01 June 2018 | Experts & Champions,Technical

ONE Softball is committed to bringing you technical information that is factual and modeled by what the best players actually do. We will periodically bring you short videos that show throwing biomechanics, drills, and tips.

The water bottle drill is a great way for athletes to learn efficient arm pathway and shape with less resistance and without adding excess volume to your throwing!

Long arm action just means the time it takes for the ball to be released. You may see some outfielders display this type of pathway style because they are building up momentum and making distance throws than infielders or catchers. Your focus should be on hearing and feeling the water shift in the bottle as you make your simulated throw. Although this is a longer arm pathway style, you still want to start minimizing the arm shape as you start to rotate he body. This will help the arm move through the throwing zone faster!

Republished with permission from highlevelthrowing.com

Austin Wasserman
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Austin Wasserman

Austin Wasserman is the owner and founder of Wasserman Strength, LLC and HighLevelThrowing.com. He is a performance Coach, author, and consultant to youth, travel, high school, and college softball players and coaches, including top level college and travel programs across the country. Find more information at www.highlevelthrowing.com.

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