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Old 05-05-2010, 02:22 PM   #7
Derek Simonds
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For the PT with Hunter I would go to Sports Authority and buy the Everlast MB's that are sand filled. They are smaller, some around the size of a softball and are pretty darn inexpensive. Because they are smaller they work great for that 1 arm 1 leg catch throw stuff. I bought several different sizes when I was doing my shoulder rehab. I also bought some really cheap ones at a TJ Maxx for my wife and her girls to use. they are a little bigger than a softball and weigh 4 lb's. They do a ton of throwing stuff from a crunch position, rotation and anti rotation.
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