SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., September 5, 2019 (Newswire.com) - Former major league baseball pitcher and professional pitching instructor, Fernando Arroyo, invented Armtrak. The device is a patented visual aid for teaching athletes of all ages and expert levels a proper and repeatable way to throw a baseball.
Fernando Arroyo’s experience in the sport has been instrumental in helping him develop a product that helps play an important role in helping pitchers reduce body stress, which could allow pros to prolong their career. Having had a baseball career that lasted almost two decades, the opportunity to play against the greats of the game like Eddie Murray, Hank Aaron, and Carl ‘The Yaz’ Yastrzemski, and having spent another 20 years coaching fellow MLB and Junior pitchers, Arroyo’s know-how of the sport and the long-term effects that throwing can have on players’ body has proven to be the difference when it comes to the knowledge and expertise required to invent a product like Armtrak.
Arroyo had this to say about how his experience as a pitcher helped him invent Armtrak: “I was lucky enough to have a full career at our game’s highest level. While some pitchers faced multiple surgeries and treatments for elbow and shoulder issues, I worked hard to find the safest, most efficient way to throw. All of that testing and research lead me to create the Armtrak. It incorporates all of the drills and skills that I use to perfect some of baseball’s finest arms. As a coach, I realized quickly that those same throwing principles applied to every player on the field, not just pitchers. So, I designed the Armtrak to be used by every player and position.”
Armtrak uses your body’s natural motion to help you develop a proper throwing position that you can repeat without your arm or body experiencing any stress. It is a great aid for fine-tuning your throwing motion and to master a throw that is accurate and strong.
About Armtrak: Armtrak is a visual aid that helps pitchers better their throwing motion while reducing stress on their arms and bodies.
For more information, visit https://armtrakpro.com/.
Source: Armtrak Pro