We love to hear from our clients. Here’s another testimonial from a college baseball player .. a pitcher. Austin Bright had shoulder surgery to repair a torn labrum and used the ROTATER during his recovery. He was kind enough to let us know how he’s doing … and sent some pictures as well.
Shoulder Range of Motion and the ROTATER.
“Hello, I just wanted to give y’all an update on the progress I have made in my ROM with the implementation of the ROTATER. When I first started coming off of my labrum tear I had virtually zero layback in my pitching delivery and went from throwing 90-94mph to a very frustrating 74-77 mph.
The progress was gradual when it came to my delivery because of mechanical flaws (from throwing on a torn labrum for 7 months) that accompanied my inflexibilty, but when it came to just gaining general ROM and overall health in my shoulder I noticed a dramatic increase and I noticed it fast.
Before my injury I never had to think about how to throw a ball hard it just happened but through this grueling process I started to figure it out through more and more research how I did it. Recently I figured it out, while still using my ROTATER, and I saw just how much using my ROTATER as part of my warmup and cool down has benefited me.
I do not know my velocity gains as of yet since I am home for the summer and do not have a radar gun but it is starting to feel more and more like my old self every time I pick up a baseball and let it eat.
I cannot thank y’all enough for how much your product has helped me. If y’all would like to use this as a testimonial on your website I am perfectly okay with that!”
p.s. “You’re very welcome! The pictures are of me and yes y’all can use them. My teammates love it. A lot of the other pitchers would use before starts and/or relief appearances. It was a big help for a lot of us!”
Here’s the ROTATER in action: