Proper throwing is an important, yet often overlooked aspect of the game. In this clinic, instructor John Coddington (bio below), will teach the fundamentals of overhand throwing through an active throwing assessment and training process. Players of all skill levels will gain insight into warm-up drills and throwing techniques that can be utilized for years to come.
The Proper Throwing Clinics will run for 10 straight Thursdays from 730:-8:30 PM and is for baseball and softball players of all ages.
Cost: $30 per session or $250 for a package of 10 camps – Limited spots are available.
Call 574-404-3636 with questions.
Who is John Coddington?
John Coddington has more than 40 years of experience in teaching throwing mechanics, injury care and prevention, and pre and post- surgical rehabilitation. He is a NATA board-certified athletic trainer, an Indiana-licensed athletic trainer and has attended numerous clinics and seminars relating to throwing mechanics and injuries to the throwing athlete. John was voted Athletic Trainer of the Year in the Clinical and Professional Division by the Indiana Athletic Trainer’s Association in 1989 and was also inducted into the Indiana Athletic Trainer’s Association Hall of Fame in 2001. He was inducted into the Ball State Sports Medicine Society Ring of Honor in 2008. Coddington is a 1976 graduate of Ball State University with a bachelor’s degree in physiology and health science with a specialization in athletic training and sports medicine.