I think we all knew that his hip wasn't 100% last year and that it affected him.
Barry Jackson (Miami Herald) wrote:
The most significant revelation from Tagovailoa on Wednesday was that his hip “feels 10 times better than it did last year.”
A stronger hip — now 18 months removed from surgery — should help his throwing mechanics and the power he can generate in his throws.
His strength work this offseason “was full body. I wanted to get stronger with my upper body, my shoulders, triceps, biceps, my core. Then I guess you could say the focus, if we had a leg day, would really be the glutes to kind of help support the hip... I feel really confident coming into this second year after that injury two years ago.
“I just think that coming into this year, throwing it isn’t as much arm this year as it was last year. It’s kind of everything like using my legs, using my core and then the arms just following. Very similar to golf.”
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