I used the Finch Windmill
when injury restricted my workouts...
Finch Windmill is great for all ages; for softball pitching mechanics, as
well as football and baseball techniques. I used the Finch Windmill after
I injured my ACL and had to have surgery in the fall season of college.
Surgery restricted my pitching workouts as I couldn't practice my full
pitching motion since I couldn't use my lower body. I was afraid that even
if I recovered from surgery in time for the season, that I would be
completely out of pitching shape, and then my dad heard about the Finch
Windmill. We [set up] the Finch Windmill in my bedroom and I was able to
keep my upper body in tune with my pitching mechanics, losing nothing
through my recovery from surgery. As a result I ended up adding 4+ mph to
my fastball over the course of the winter.
addition to allowing me to continue working my arm motion while being on
the injured list, the Finch Windmill is great for isolating your arm and
allows you to get repetitions in without needing a catcher! With the
ability to adjust the tension, you can get a strengthening workout as
well. My dad has used this with his 14U team as part of the pitching
practice as well as working on overhand throwing form/speed. I would also
think that this could be used by coaches as a station at practice, as it
is great for helping younger athletes with their overhand throw, proper
form, and for adjustable strengthening. This is a great, great offer for
anyone who is serious about softball (and other sports)!
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