Don’t “Step then Throw”
In your Starting Position, when your front knee goes behind your front hip, your Arms instinctively keep your body in balance.
You regain the use of your Arms at Foot Plant, then you deliver the ball.
You let your weight move forward, you step then throw, and your Throwing Action determines your ball location.
Do “Step and Throw”
However, when your Front Knee stays in front of your front hip, you control your Arms movements, land your Foot Plant, and throw the ball.
Your Arms deliver the ball to your target, and you force the Hitter to pick up ball speed and movement.
Essentially, your Lower Body produces your command.
Can’t get your Lower Body to find your target, then ask for help!
Coach Skip Fast
“The Lower Body Doctor”
Pro Pitching Institute
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