Baseball Exercises to Prevent Little League Elbow in Baseball Pitchers

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Little League Elbow (also known as Medial Epicondylitis) is a very common injury that affects many baseball players – mainly pitchers. Little League Elbow is caused by repetitive throwing motions, such as over hand throwing, and occurs when there is painful inflammation at the bony bump on the inside of the elbow. This is where the tendons of the muscles that bend/flex your wrist and fingers are located. Learn even more about Little League Elbow here:

Fortunately, there are ways to prevent this overuse injury. Simple exercises that strengthen the throwing arm and core can all help to prevent Little League Elbow. Click here for more throwing guidelines ( and here for baseball specific guidelines ()

Kerry Waple (click here for her bio:, certified athletic trainer with Nationwide Children’s Sports Medicine, provides a brief introduction to Little League Elbow, a common injury that affects a child’s throwing arm.

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