When you methodically choreograph your dynamic balance into your foot plant, you’re very likely to experience better results.
You’re dynamically balanced when your movements create a chain reaction within your shoulder, hips, arms, and legs.
How To Generate Dynamic Pitching Balance?
Dynamic balance starts with your feet under your hips.
By beginning this way, your hips remain free to shift your weight over your back leg.
With your weight over your back leg, without disrupting your balance, your front knee is free to complete your front leg lift.
From your front leg lift, you lock your back leg in place and use your free glove arm to create a spinning action proven to generate tremendous tension at foot strike.
You neutralize your body’s tension by automatically producing the results you want.
Dynamic Balance Is Easy to Teach
Your delivery lacks dynamic balance when your motion stops at your foot plant.
If this describes you, you’re not ending your front leg lift in a state of dynamic balance. Correct this, and through repetition, you’ll instantly produce better results more often.
Need help finding your dynamic balance, Coach Skip is waiting for your call.