Well, that's a little harder to answer than one might think. It depends on what gifts you have as an athlete, what pitch you want to throw and who you are going to throw it to. No pitcher has only one arm angle or arm slot to throw the ball. Without boring you with pitching jargon you can go over the top, like a knuckleballer, three-quarters like most pitchers, side armed and even go as far as a submariner where the pitcher actually delivers the ball on an upward angle after dipping his arm and shoulder past parallel to his side. I've even seen some submariners hit the ground with their hands trying to gain an advantage with this odd angle. If you can't throw the ball very hard, learn the knuckleball. If you have some speed but not a whole lot, try sidearm. If you have pin point control and can put the ball anywhere you want then go with the three- quarters arm slot. Many left handed specialists drop their arm angle down while pitching to left handed hitters while they throw more upright to right handed hitters. The pitcher will also move from one end of the rubber to the other to gain any advantage over a right or left handed hitter. A fastball and a changeup must look the same coming out of the pitcher's hand or they don't fool the hitter so the standard arm slot for any pitcher is used for both of those types of pitches. The curveball, screwball, slider will normally make the arm slip down in the slot a little. If you are a shortstop, you must be able to throw the ball from any angle. Other fielders usually throw three-quarters except for the catcher who throws straight over the top and right from the ear.
it would probably be somewhere near 90 degrease
make sure to keep your feet chopping and step forward and bend your arm and throw the football
The arm is usually positioned at a 45 degree angle.
the gear that affects a football throw would be the shoulder pads because when you throw a ball your shoulder will rotate and when your shoulder pads are there then it interferes with your arm and shoulder
obviously if u dont have limp arm u can throw any ball
Arm, core muscles, and Legs.
You throw salt on your left shoulder.
No, as long as the arm was moving forward when the ball came loose.
The needle should form a 15 to 30 degree angle with the surface of the arm.
its aaron rodgers, but brohm can throw a football 57 mph, that's really fast.
because your arm is the one that's throwing the ball you are the on who controlls your are and that's why your arm is a catapult when you throw the ball