Overhead Sport

(redirected from Upper Arm Sport)
Any sport—baseball, cricket, handball, jai alai, javelin throwing, tennis, volleyball, etc.—in which the upper arm and shoulder arc over the athlete’s head to propel a ball at the opposing team. Overhead sport injuries can be multifactorial in nature, and can cause range of motion deficits, muscular imbalances, and scapular dyskinesis, for which the best prevention is constant, but not excessive, training
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The North East's only boxing world champion is a huge fan of the country, so much so that his bulky upper arm sports a tattoo depicting Che Guevara beneath its flag.