Rotational ability is one of the key components in transferring power from the lower half and core towards either the catcher (pitching) or ball (hitting). Developing proficiency in this area will help further progress the efficiency of a complete power … Read more >
There is no surprise that baseball is a very one-sided sport. Due to this one-sidedness, baseball athletes present an adaptive muscular tightness and weakness in their throwing shoulder from repetition after repetition.
There is also no surprise that one of … Read more >
The pitching motion is an explosive lateral to rotational movement down a hill in under two seconds.
The greatest key component to this explosive movement is “leg drive,” or the moment the pitcher moves down the mound after reaching peak … Read more >
There is no magical answer to the question, “what are the best pitching mechanics?” Take a look around Major League Baseball and you’ll see an endless amount of mechanical variations.
There’s definitely not just one way to throw a baseball.… Read more >