The research proves this biomechanical combination promises sustainable pitching success.
What you're about to discover is the only biomechanical pattern that’ll produce sustainable pitching success.
These movements and positions apply the engineering, biology, and biomechanical principles proven to generate the sustainable results you need to succeed at the highest levels.
Your movement pattern relies on 3 positions.
1. First, your entire biomechanical sequence begins with and is dependent upon a level back-foot.
Should you back-foot landing area be less-than-level, the solution is very straight forward. You simply use the loose dirt around the mound to level your back-foot landing area.
2. Next, you place your front foot one baseball width from your back foot.
The distance between your feet isn’t an exact science. The one baseball width is a relative measurement and there to merely remind you to begin with your feet squarely inside your hips.
3. You finalize your preparation by placing your hands just above your bellybutton.
2 movements get you ready to complete your delivery.
1. Slightly bend at the waist and look at your front foot.
You lower your front butt cheek to your front foot heel. You continue moving your butt cheek toward your heel until you only see the big toe of your front foot. Just a reminder, when you do this, your movement is with your front leg, not your back.
2. Lift your front knee toward your front shoulder.
When you complete your front leg lift, your front knee aligns with your front shoulder.
This action triggers your sustainably productive throwing response.
1. You come out of your front leg lift by separating your hands, pointing your glove side thumb toward the ground and passing your thumb over your front knee.
Your glove hand is the first movement you make out your front leg lift. Your glove hand action causes you to stride and initiates your throwing action.
Measuring your results.
When you first use this 6-stage biomechanical process, you’ll see your worst misses finishing closer to your target than ever.
When you practice this movement pattern long enough, you find every pitch traveling directly into your Catcher’s target with the later ball movement and deceptive arm action that challenges every opponent to make solid contact with any one of your pitches.
Not getting these results?
Since this movement pattern is built around your body's biomechanical response patterns, when you fail to see these results, some simple movement alters your pitching sequence, the message you want your movements to send to your body and your results.
When you can't find the movement that's disrupting your motion, to permanently correct your movement sequence, enroll in the Institute.
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