Session #24 on my comeback from Lat Surgery! I’ll try to do at least one full workout session blog per week!
I tore my Lat throwing a pitch on July 16th. Originally diagnosed with a Grade 2 Lat Strain which surgery wasn’t required. After 6 1/2 months of not much progress as far as heeling goes I knew surgery was going to be the best option to explore if I wanted to further my baseball career. Got the surgery on January 31st and now the quest to regain elite level pitching begins!
If you’re interested in Training like I do, with Dr. Josh Heenan, you can! Dr. Heenan offers an Online Training Service in which he assesses any deficiencies you may have and personally creates a workout program to help you become the athlete you’ve always wanted to be! The best part is.. I can save you $100 on the activation fee!
Heenan Remote Training – You will enter your email at the bottom of the page, you will then receive a follow up email with the final details of the program/on-boarding. Upon signing up use the code ‘robby’ and you will receive $100 dollars off!
What Dr. Heenan and I know, after countless hours of training together, is that I lacked the inability to efficiently engage my trunk when throwing a baseball.. hence the reason for my Lat Surgery because my Lat wanted to compensate and eventually just blew out. Our goal now in coming back is to be 100% sure that when I get back to throwing again I can actively and efficiently engage my trunk. But first I need to have the capacity to do so! We’ve formulated a unique strength training program to attack my weaknesses and be sure that when I’m ready to throw again that I will be extremely efficient at it.
- KB Arm Bar Rollovers
- BB Front Squats
- Glute Bridge Marches
- Inverted Rows
- BB Reverse Lunges