Coach Skip Fast, a 25+ year Pitching Coach, realized …

Two Pitching Styles deal with drastically different results.

1. (the best) ONE STYLE PRODUCES LOCATION AND VELOCITY*.

Only Pitchers lucky enough to use their lower body have this motion.

Your entire body (including your lower body) makes the pitch land in your target.

  • Your back foot ends up on the second base side of your back foot.
  • Your front foot lands even with your back foot.
  • Your glove hand takes your motion to the plate, turns over, and delivers your pitch to your target.
  • As you complete your stride, your glove hand comes across your body and your lower body fires your throwing arm to the target.
  • Your pitches go to your target with uncanny regularity.

Your throwing hand responds to your stride, glove-hand movement, and lower body.

* COACH SKIP TEACHES your lower body to engage.

2. (the most common) THIS STYLE DEALS WITH VELOCITY AND MINIMAL LOCATION.

Most pitchers have this motion.

Your back foot drives your pitch into your target but doesn’t command the pitch.

  • Your back foot begins to the home plate side of your motion.
  • When you begin your motion, your front foot goes behind your hips.
  • Your front foot swing and back leg drive power the pitch toward your target.
  • Your throwing arm prompts your lower body to decelerate.
  • The chances your pitch ends up in the target are minimal.
With only your throwing hand guiding the ball toward your target, you’ll be fortunate to deliver the ball to your target.