Understanding The High Level Throwing Pattern With Austin Wasserman

The High Level Throwing Pattern Explained

Austin Wasserman is the Founder of Wasserman Strength, LLC and High Level Throwing, with locations in New Hampshire and Florida. He’s a Strength Coach, Performance Coach and Author from Brooklyn, New York. He’s the Author of the High Level Throwing® Series E-Books!

Austin received his B.S. in Exercise Science with a concentration in Strength & Conditioning through the University of Connecticut Department of Kinesiology. He also received his Master's Degree in Human Nutrition through the University of Bridgeport.

He is a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) through the National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA) and has been training athletes for the past 15 years.

Austin works with Youth, High School, College, MiLB & MLB Baseball Players as well as Softball Players of all ages. He consults for some of the top baseball and softball programs in the country such as Vanderbilt, Alabama, LSU, Ole Miss, University of Washington, UNCW, Coastal Carolina, Texas Lutheran, and Michigan State to name a few.

His book, High Level Throwing, is the most used overhand throwing book for Rec, Travel, High School and College Players/Organizations. This book teaches softball players how to maximize velocity, improve accuracy and create intent based on position, through constraint training drills and progressions. Austin resides in Deerfield Beach, FL with his wife Amanda, his son Breck and his dog Roscoe.

HighLevelThrowing.com is an educational website for Baseball and Softball players with information and training products for Arm Care, Injury Prevention, Rehabilitation, Velocity Development, and Training Books! You can also visit WassermanStrength.com for information on Strength Training for Baseball & Softball Players!

You can email austin@highlevelthrowing.com.

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Understanding Shoulder Blade Movements

The Differences Between Infielder, Catcher, & Outfield Throws

High Level Throwing Progression

1. Intro + Thoracic Spine Exercise

2. Adductor Rocker

3. Prone Trap Raise 

4. Supine Twist

5. Rhythmic Stabilization

6. Double Kneeling Throw

7. Half Kneeling Throw

8. Staggered Stance Throw

9. Pivot Throw

10. Load Throw

11. Double Hop Drill

12. Half Kneel Turn & Throw

13. Adductor Rocker Throw

14. Reverse Rocker Throw