Get a Grip #71:  What you should be doing on FPG in season.

Get a Grip #70: What you should know before trying to throw the single most effective pitch in baseball.

Get a Grip #69: A must read by John Wholestaff

Get a Grip #68: How a 16 year old’s UCL tear led to a major breakthrough in identifying who is at risk of a UCL tear.

Get a Grip #67: Which FPG Endurance protocol is right for you?

Get a Grip #66: “Methods to improve fastball spin rate.” You don’t need STICKY.

Get a Grip #65: Our #1 most frequently asked question.

Trial Results: 2023 Summer Spin Trial Results

Get a Grip #64: FlexPro Grip Clinical Research Trial set to begin.

Get a Grip #63: A big mistake players and coaches make that lead to UCL tears.

Get a Grip #62: What to do when there’s no obvious mechanical fix to a problem with command

Get a Grip #61: Mike McFerran discusses FlexPro Grip on Off Exit 10 Podcast

Get a Grip #60: What Beatles song title could just as well apply to a pitcher’s UCL?

Get a Grip #59: A (somewhat) unexpected result after 2 weeks of our Spin Rate Trial.

Get a Grip #58: If it is good enough for Wake Forest…

Get a Grip #57: Should LSU throw Paul Skenes tonight?

Get a Grip #56: Perhaps MLB can’t find a solution because they are looking in the wrong place.

Get a Grip #55: We hate to say we told you so: it doesn’t have to be this way.

Get a Grip #54: The road to revolutionizing pitch design.

Get a Grip #53: Why some pitchers can’t throw strikes and how to fix it. (Hint: It’s not mechanics).

Get a Grip #52: The question most surgeons are asked after telling a player they need Tommy John surgery.

Get a Grip #51: Increasing finger strength will NOT increase your spin rate. But there is a way…

Get a Grip #50: See a Readiness Test on FPG to protect your UCL in less than 3 minutes.

Get a Grip #49: How to increase spin without “sticky” or throwing harder.

Get a Grip #48: How to increase fastball movement with FlexPro Grip.

Get a Grip #47: The second big mistake players and coaches make that lead to UCL tears.

Get a Grip #46: How training with FlexPro Grip will improve your command.

Get a Grip #45: Spin rate training with FPG.

Get a Grip #44: The first big mistake players and coaches make that lead to UCL tears.

Get a Grip #43: Are flamethrowers destined for the IL?

Get a Grip #42: The fantastic flexor pronator muscles.

Get a Grip #41: Can you predict TJ in MLB pitchers?

Get a Grip #40: By the numbers:The impact of TJ surgery on an MLB pitcher.

Get a Grip #39: Want more spin and command? It’s right at your fingertips.

Get a Grip #38: What an MLB bio-mechanist wanted to know about our device.

Get a Grip #37: What the inventor of Tommy John surgery said about preventing UCL tears.

Pitch clock’s effect on injury rate: How MLB’s 2023 pitch clock rules will impact UCL injuries

Role of intrinsic muscles: an MLB executive’s question about the role of the muscles in the hand on finger flexion

Get a Grip #36: Pitch velocity and elbow injuries in pitchers.

Get a Grip #35: Are my fingers better when working together?

Get a Grip #34: When in the pitching motion are pitchers most likely to tear their UCL?

Get a Grip #33: How much are injuries costing MLB teams?

Get a Grip #32: Joint gapping under valgus stress.

Get a Grip #31: The variable that can best predict whether you will need TJ.
Get a Grip #30: Will I be the same after Tommy John Surgery?
Get a Grip #29: Should the location of your UCL injury affect the treatment plan?
Get a Grip #28: Two ways to reduce UCL load.
Get a Grip #27: Does finger force affect command?
Get a Grip #26: Can I avoid Tommy John after tearing my UCL?
Get a Grip #25: What a cadaver lab can teach us about how to prevent a UCL tear.
Get a Grip #24: Do breaking balls cause UCL tears?
Get a Grip #23: Are harder throwers more likely to tear their UCL?
Get a Grip #22: Pitchers: what can we learn from measuring forces on the only body part that touches the ball?
Get a Grip #21: Will bigger and stronger hands lead to better spin rates?
Get a Grip #20: If I train my right arm, will my left arm get stronger?
Get a Grip #19: Are more fingers better than one?
Get a Grip #18: True or False: most UCL tears occur at ball release / arm extension.
Get a Grip #17: Should Pitchers Start Rock Climbing?
Get a Grip #16: I get by with a little help from my friends.
Get a Grip #15: Why Does Detroit Tigers’ Casey Mize Need TJ Surgery If He Did Not Tear His UCL?
Get a Grip #14: Valgus Loading in Pro Pitchers.
Get a Grip #13: Do Finger Forces Affect Command?
Get a Grip #12: Is PRP effective in treating UCL tears?
Get a Grip #11:How Common is Tommy John Surgery in Pro Baseball?
Get a Grip #10: Are breaking balls bad for your arm?
Get a Grip #9: Will I always hear a pop if I tear my UCL?
Get a Grip #8: How does velocity relate to UCL health?
Get a Grip #7: Risk factors for UCL tears and return rate for MLB pitchers after UCLR.
Get a Grip #6: Is finger strength important for high velocity pitchers?
Get a Grip #5: Relationship between elbow varus torque and arm slot.
Get a Grip #4: Can you recover from an UCL injury without surgery?
Get a Grip #3: What can I do to protect my elbow until I can get a FlexPro Grip?
Get a Grip #2: Evaluating and treating UCL tears.
Get a Grip #1: UCL bundles.

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