The long toss develops a strong throwing arm

When you go out to have a catch with your kid, start out close and progressively widen the distance until you’re having a “long-toss” catch (about 3/4 quarter the distance of your kid’s longest throw). A long toss forces your kid to throw with full “range of motion.” To make the distance, he/she really needs to reach back and extend forward. The “long toss” is the secret to developing a strong and efficient throwing arm.

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