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By Douglas Adams PT, DPT, SCS, OCS, CSCS & Ari Kaplan PT, DPT, SCS, Cert MDT, CSCS
The throwers ten should be performed 3x/week and can easily be done with minimal equipment. By bring resistance bands and light weights down to the field you can easily make this workout part of your typical practice. Perform each exercise for 3 sets of 10 repetitions. Choose a resistance (band or weight) that is challenging by the 10th rep, but with 30-60 sec between sets you will be able to complete another set of 10.