Genre: Rhythmic Oldies
Website: http://www.jammin1015.com/
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Address: 803 WEST MAIN Strasburg, Colorado 80751
Company Name: Max Radio of Denver LLCListen Online

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2 Responses to “KJHM 101.5 FM: Jammin’ 101.5 in Strasburg, Colorado”

  1. Mercedes

    You have a book on its way to you hopefully it’ll get there soon. I’m jeolaus over the roasted peach lemonade you’re going to make and the fact that you get to snuggle with that adorable little girl every day. I’m loving taking a look “Inside the Oven.” :)

  2. Ulink

    In general, I’ve heard the thorey that it’s not extra pitches, per se, but pitches with bad mechanics that lead to injuries and that stands to reason. How often have you heard the old advice Lift with your knees! when hoisting something off the ground? Just bending over and lifting puts strain on your back.Trying to push, pull, jimmy, or lift something when you’re in an awkward position often leads to small pulls, even if what you’re moving around isn’t all that heavy. And when that happens, we usually take it easy for a few days (if we’re careful or smart).A major-league pitcher doesn’t do that. Throwing a baseball 90+, with ridiculous breaks and spins, is not a natural activity to begin with. It’s already an extreme stress on the body. Starters do that 100 or more times a game, not even including their warmups (that can be an extra 50 or more tosses); then they do it again five days later, with bullpen work between. Relievers go all-out maybe three or four times per week. Any small injury is quickly going to become a big problem under that kind of workload, even if the mechanics are sound after the injury occurs.

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