Let's say that you have a player near the end of her competitive career with a career ending injury on her throwing side (ucl)- can still hit and opts out of surgery for a variety of reasons. Now, thinking about both the short term (next season) and long term (rest of her life, ie coaching aspirations, playing catch with her own kids someday, beer league etc).....IF you were going to help her learn to throw with her non dominant hand- how would you do it? What drills would you do? How would you progress? (FYI- player is RH but has hit left since age 10- very good hitter and good hand-eye coordination).
Not necessarily interested in debating whether it can be done- in just one week I'm convinced it can be (again thinking long term- but still keeping short term in mind). Wanting to make sure to go about it in a logical, safe way.
How's that for a Friday night question?