A Survey Examining the Correlations Between Japanese Little League Baseball Coaches’ Knowledge of and Compliance With Pitch Count Recommendations and Player Elbow Pain

@inproceedings{Yukutake2013ASE,
  title={A Survey Examining the Correlations Between Japanese Little League Baseball Coaches’ Knowledge of and Compliance With Pitch Count Recommendations and Player Elbow Pain},
  author={Taiki Yukutake and Minoru Yamada and Tomoki Aoyama},
  booktitle={Sports health},
  year={2013}
}
BACKGROUND With the incidence of Little League elbow increasing, pitch limit recommendations for preventing throwing injuries have been developed in both the United States and Japan. However, levels of knowledge of and compliance with these recommendations among coaches of young baseball teams in Japan remain unknown. The relationship between these levels and elbow pain among players has not been adequately studied. HYPOTHESIS Knowledge of and compliance with these recommendations is similar… CONTINUE READING
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