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The Proper Way For Baseball Pitchers To Push Down The Mound

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 >

3 Things Baseball Players Need to Develop Elite Pitching Performance

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 >

Addressing And Correcting Trunk Tilt At Foot Strike

Many times, when analyzing video of our young pitchers, I’ll come across what I call trunk tilt at foot strike.

It’s quite common in younger throwers and is characterized by an excessive lean towards your glove side.

The head becomes … Read more >

The Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization Approach To Arm Care

Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) is a method of training stability and movement of the arm and body. Not only does it help with longevity and health of the arm, but also with movement and functionality of the kinetic energy system. … Read more >

How to Get Your Arm Loose When Throwing Indoors

I recently shared a video showing how I recommend baseball players get your arm loose when playing catch.  I discussed that one of the biggest mistakes I see baseball players make is throwing too hard too early when playing catch.  … Read more >

Are Weighted Baseball Velocity Programs Safe and Effective?

Weighted baseball velocity training programs continue to rise in popularity in baseball pitchers of all levels despite us not knowing why they may improve velocity, the long term effects on the body, or the most appropriate program to perform.

Unfortunately, … Read more >

Building Your Offseason Baseball Throwing Program

For many years I’ve been asked a number of questions about “when” and “how” pitchers should train in the off-season to best prepare for their upcoming season. Because there are so many variables in each case, it’s not usually a … Read more >

Download our Free Arm Care Program for Baseball Players

One of the foundational pillars of any program for baseball players is an arm care program. Yet, this is often one of the most neglected areas I’ve seen. Many collegiate baseball players, let alone high school and youth baseball players, … Read more >

3 Exercises to Improve Velocity in Tall Baseball Pitchers

What did he top out at this weekend? Does that guy consistently throw hard? What was his velo?

You can guarantee to hear these questions at our facility on Monday after a weekend of baseball, and velocity will continue to … Read more >

An Easy Way for Baseball Pitchers to Maintain Mobility: The 2-Out Drill

I have a saying that I always used when I discuss how and why baseball pitchers sustain injuries:

Baseball pitchers get injured when they’re tight or they’re tired.

I know, it’s not that profound of a statement, but I really Read more >