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Max Irving - 3x NCAA Champion - UCLA
old Honda brakes.
95 % of shoulder injuries happen during braking.
Bad brakes, no bueno. Develop braking power to minimize potential of injury.
When muscle injury occurs.
They happen most often during the deceleration phase of the muscles.
Muscles applied in throwing motion
Develop strength on both your accelerator and decelerator muscles.
How do professionals do it? What do they use?
Prevent injuries at warm-up.
The Powerflex Performance Cord will train all the accelerator and decelerator muscles used in a skill with just one exercise.
Because of the 2-point attachment, the cord can warm up and strengthen all the muscles involved in the skill in only 2 1/2 minutes!
quick secured velcro wrist grip.
quick secured velcro bicep grip.
High-grade performance cord.
Clip it onto any pole, railing or fence available. Comes with an additional harness.
Training all the muscles involved in a skill in the exact same way it is performed on the field will balance out the strength among the muscles, with high-speed movement.
By doing this, the athlete increases the throwing power while minimizing the odds of injuring their arm.
The PowerFlex Performance Cord should be used by athletes of all ages, but it is critical for youth development because young athletes should not go into the weight room to train.
Two-point attachment harnesses distribute load to precisely build proper resistance on muscles movement.
Optimal training is using the progressive resistance technique in the exact biomechanical way you perform a skill. This type of training cannot be duplicated in the weight room.
Who uses the cord?
Olympic Gold medal winners
American record holders
Major League Baseball
Just to name a few:
Jason Lezak, 4 Gold, 2 Silver, and 2 Bronze Olympic medals
(fastest relay split in the history of the world)
Brandon Talbot (Guinness world record for single leg box jump)
David Dawson, World’s Most Powerful Athlete
Matt Leinart, Heisman Trophy
Mark Sanchez, Dallas Cowboys
Gabe Woodward, (Bronze Olympic medal)
Mike Lamb, Houston Astros
Trevor Megill, San Diego Padres
Jake Knapp Professional Golfer
Kicker Vencil, Swimmer
Kyle Wilson, long drive champion
Long Beach State University Baseball Pitchers
Loyola Marymount University Baseball Pitchers