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Proof: Starting Positions Determine Pitch Location

 

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As Water Flows …

When you start with the same amount of water in a bucket and use the same force to pour the water down an incline, gravity will produce the same shaped puddle every time.

Every time the amount of water or its force down the incline changes, gravity alters the water’s flow, and the shape of the final puddle as well.

… Your Pitching Motion Also Flows.

Think of …

  • Your starting position as a bucket of water before you pour it down the incline,
  • Your mechanics as the way gravity ends the water down the incline, and
  • Your pitch location is the puddle.

When you relate the water’s flow to your pitching motion, even the slightest change to your starting position or your stride tempo hurts your pitch location.

You constantly change your starting position and gravity not only changes your mechanics but alters your pitch location.

Improved Pitch Location

You produce the same starting position, come out of it in the same way, and your pitch location becomes unbelievably consistent.

However, when you end your starting position with your weight balanced over your back foot, your body wobbles, and your pitch location becomes much less predictable.

Want a more stable starting position and better pitch location? Contact Coach Skip.

Coach Skip Fast
Pro Pitching Institute
“The Secret to Fastball Location©” Author/Coach
+1-856-524-3248
skip@propitchinginstitute.com
http://propitchinginstitute.com
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Cross the Line Between Trying and Doing

 

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Cross this line and finally bring your pitching dreams into focus.

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What is this line?

On one side of the line, you have your pitching dreams.

On the other side of this line, you’re trying to find a way to achieve your dreams.

Where’s Your Line?

Place a dot on a baseball and, with the dot facing up, put the baseball between your feet.

Now, get into your front leg lift and take a picture of your starting position.

Finally, with the picture in hand, draw a line from your nose through your belly button.

Is Your Line Working For or Against You?

When the line you draw is a vertical line that runs through your dot, your lower body will automatically produce the exceptional pitch location, throwing arm speed, and mechanics needed to realize your pitching dreams.

However, when your imaginary line misses the baseball dot, your dreams hinge upon finding some obscure, yet sustainable, mechanical combination.

Coach Skip’s Expertise is Spot On

Coach Skip has the pitching expertise to simply use your starting position to produce the repeatable pitch location, throwing arm speed, and mechanics you need to achieve your pitching dreams.

Can’t believe your pitching dreams are hidden within your starting position? … then dare Coach Skip to teach you a starting position proven to unlock your pitching future!

Coach Skip Fast
Pro Pitching Institute
“The Secret to Fastball Location©” Author/Coach
+1-856-524-3248
skip@propitchinginstitute.com
http://propitchinginstitute.com
#ElitebyChoice

Copyright © 2021, Pro Pitching Institute.

 

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