Hi, this is Chris Richard with Personal Pitcher, and this is baseball stretches for the arm. Alright, before you stretch anything out, you want to warm it up, and then you really want to warm up your arms. So the first thing you need to do is arm circles forward and backwards. Make sure you're getting that blood flowing through your rotator cuffs and get those, those tendons and muscles loose. If you have an exercise band, a surgical tube, you need to do a few exercises there to start getting those muscles warmed up as well. You can use the exercise band on a fence, you can do external rotation from the side, you can do external rotation from above, and you can really actually lean over, let the cord kind of pull your shoulder loose a little bit and stretch out those muscles. And then you can these basic four stretches just across your chest, okay? Pulling your arm across your chest, and then you have a tricep pullover where you've got your elbow up and you're just pulling down and stretching out your tricep. And then the last of these stretches are for your wrists and your forearms. So, you want to pull your hand back, stretch out the front part of your wrist and forearm, and then turn your hand over, pull down on that and get the top side of your forearm. Arm circles, exercise band, do those exercises, and then do those four basic stretches of pulling across your chest, tricep overhead and then the wrist and forearm exercises.