I Don't Know Why Your Arm Hurts! by Randy Sullivan
My name is Randy Sullivan.
I am a physical therapist and a baseball coach.
They call me “The Arm Pain Assassin.”
I am one of the best arm pain specialists on the planet and if you ask me why your arm hurts I will tell you…
I don’t know!
Ok… so maybe that sounds like a combination of arrogant and confusing, but there's a point to it.
I know a LOT about pitching...
a LOT about arm pain...
and a LOT about how to get rid of it.
But it’s complicated.
You see there are no “causes” of arm pain -- only a multitude of contributors that combine in the perfect storm to create an environment for pain or injury to occur.
At the core of the problem is what Dr. Nikolai Bernstein called “degrees of freedom”.
In any human movement, there are multiple ways to achieve the same goal. When executing a complicated movement like throwing, there is no such thing as an “ideal technique” or a “repeatable delivery.”
Every throw you make will present subtle deviations or errors that when combined with all the other possible permutations of variables could lead to a painful throw.
You see, when you throw a ball that doesn’t hurt, or when you throw a ball that hits a target spot on, or when you throw a ball harder than you’ve ever thrown in your life, I have some ideas about mechanical efficiency and disconnections, but if I’m truly honest with you I have to admit that I don’t really know.
But here’s the cool thing.
I don’t need to know exactly why your arm hurts.
Because your infinitely intelligent body already knows and if we’re willing to observe and to listen, it will tell us how to bring you back.
All I need to do is take your through our world class head-to-toe physical evaluation and video analysis and then search out and destroy all the possible contributors we can find.
And then I need to find a single pain free throw.
That's all I need...
One pain free throw...
If I can find a single pain free throw, we can bring you back.
I know we can.
We do it all the time
That's all Kansas City Royals Pitcher Chien Ming Wang needed when hestarted with us last November.
Chien had endured 3 shoulder surgeries, and for a couple of weeks he couldn't make a single throw without pain. Once we had the pain under control, we were able to begin working on regaining his velocity and his devastating sinker.
In December we put a radar gun on him and 81mph was the best he could do.
By late January he touched 90 mph for the first time, and when he checked in at Spring Training as a non-roster invitee in February he was up to 96 mph.
He pitched so well, the Royals had no choice but to put him on the team.
His goal when he started with us at the age of 36 was to play one more season.
It wasn't easy.
The work was long and hard.
Yet he forged on because in his words he wanted "to prove the the children of Taiwan that you can do anything you set your mind to."
Well, its August 31st.
The Royals are making a surge for the playoffs, and Chien is 6-0.
Here at the Florida Baseball Ranch, we are the Mayo Clinic of arm pain.
There is no place in the world more equipped to help you overcome your arm pain and get you back on the field.
Hundreds of guys have walked through our doors unable throw a single ball.
And hundreds have left pain free and on a path back to their former glory and beyond.
I don't know why your arm hurts.
But I do know that if I'm able to conduct an assessment and take your through our process, I'll be able to figure it out.
I'll find a way to get you back on the field again.
But I can't do it if you're not here.
If you're having arm pain, don't make another throw without coming to The Florida Baseball Ranch so I can help you solve it.
It doesn't have to hurt to throw.
And you'll never be able to perform your best if it hurts.
I can help you.
We're having a 2 day Elite Performers Boot Camp on Sep 24th and 25th.
We limit our camps to a very manageable number of attendees so we can give each player the individual attention they deserve.
But the spots are filling up fast. Only a few remain, so don't delay
Click here! and reserve your spot before the registration closes.
And if you sign up before labor day...
I'll give you 3 free bonus gift.
You'll need the right equipment to execute your customized training plan.
So when you check in at the Ranch for a weekend camp, we'll give you a personal FBR Arm Care Kit. The package will include a Durathro Training Sock, a 7 oz weighted ball, and a connection ball. ($75 value).
The Arm Care Kit has been a vital tool in helping our athletes re-pattern harmful movements without eliciting pain. We invented it about 3 years ago, and it has taken off like wildfire! My friends at The Tampa Bay Rays infused training socks and connection balls throughout their entire minor league system, and last year they were happy to report that out of 150 pitchers in the organization, they had zero shoulder surgeries.
You're also going to need all the information you can gather for continuing your process after the camp is over. In addition to links to dozens of on-line videos and informational e-books. I'll add a copy of our new Scaptivation Book and video) at no charge ($149 value). It's not even released to the public yet, but I believe so strongly that it's the next step forward in bulletproofing elite throwing arms, that I am going to give it to you as a gift.
And finally, when you attend the camp you'll get a free 30 day membership to The Durathro Training System -- our online interactive continuing trainingsolution($159 value). It's a treasure trove of instructional videos and personal follow-on assistance from the Durathro coordinator, Coach Ollie Kadey. It will provide the lifeline you'll need to keep getting better after the camp is over.
This really just became a no-brainer...
If you're having arm pain, you HAVE to get here for this camp.
Failure to attend could be disastrous to your career.
As always, if you attend this camp and aren't completely convinced it was the best thing you've ever done for your career, I'll be happy to issue you a prompt and courteous refund. Now questions asked.
If you still want to receive more information, Call us at 1-866-STRIKE3 or just respond to this email with your address and we'll send an informative pamphlet in the mail.
See you at the Ranch,
Randy Sullivan, MPT
CEO, Florida Baseball Ranch