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ThrowMax - Our #1 Throwing Devise & Training Aid

ThrowMax Arm Brace For Throwers
    Helps Prevent Arm Injuries
  • Teaches proper arm slot
  • Reinforces proper rotation of arm & shoulder
  • Increases power & accuracy
  • Creates muscle memory quickly
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Ebook from pro hitting coach, Rob Ellis

  • Quickly Corrects Common Throwing Faults
  • Teaches proper arm motion
  • Fits any age player & used for any position
  • Available for right and left-handed pitchers & throwers
  • Perfect for baseball or fastpitch throwing or pitching motion
  • Eliminates common throwing problems just by wearing it!


The ThrowMAX is designed to keep players from using incorrect arm motions. It does not allow the elbow to bend beyond approximately 90 degrees. By doing this, players automatically compensate by raising the elbow to shoulder height or higher to throw the ball. This is the start to a mechanically correct overhand throw. The brace also allows for a proper side arm motion and provides a noticeable improvement in the mechanics, even to the untrained eye.

Learning to throw properly is often taken for granted because, for the most part, we are instructed to throw from point A to point B as hard and as fast as we can. This often leads to shortcuts and potentially severe problems. The ThrowMAX hinders these shortcuts and can prevent problems. As the old saying goes, "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure."


Sizing Chart (when in doubt, go larger, it's adjustable)

  • Extra Small - Up to 4'7"
  • Small - 4'8" to 5'2"
  • Medium - 5'3" to 5'8"
  • Large - 5'9" and Up
What JP Says about the ThrowMax - Our #1 Throwing Devise & Training Aid

The ThrowMax Works - Let Me Show You How To Speed This Up!

I'm all in on this product for any age player though the younger guys & girls seem more inclined to use it... too bad tough guys!

Allow me to help you get quicker results...

Im going to ask that your player agrees to a couple items that are no brainers... and then explain that this simple devise can get them where they want to go. Once you do this, the player is more inclined to give it an honest try and not resist due to established habits. Once there, it's a matter of simply using it...often, and doing nothing more than doing what they do anyway...warm up, throw across the diamond or in a bullpen session.

Here It Is!

  • Before shoving this on a player, how about asking if he or she is happy with their velocity (everybody wants to throw harder, right?).
  • Then ask if they want to be able to repeat their best pitches one after another, (Again, don't we all).


Introduce the player to the Throwmax by explaining that this devise has helped literally thousands of players to improve these critical areas of pitching AND throwing by simply letting the player know when their body is or is not in optimal throwing position through resistance that only they can feel...

It's About Altering Habits!

Humans large and small have their way of doing things and throwing habits  are simply that, a habit. "Cleaning up" mechanics can be as easy as getting your player(s) to agree that they would like to throw harder and more consistently AND THEN agree to let the Throw Max do what it does without resisting it.

One More Thing

Look, nothings perfect or without effort but this simple devise could be worth thousands if it helps you or your player(s). I've had my throwing shoulder completely rebuilt (from being a wiseguy with a plus arm who just loved to show it off...Warm ups, I don't need no stinking warm ups...I'm a tough guy and cold weather is nothing I haven't faced before...And It is just heart wrenching to see the number of young talent players who are done before getting to what should be the most fun years of their baseball or fastpitch softball lives. Learn about the arm... and take care if it...it can take you a long way in this game!

Additional Information

Warranty 1 Year
Warranty Details You are not going to break it!
Choose Adult Or Youth Size Here Any
Area of Focus Injury Prevention, Muscle Memory
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