Foot Positions


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My name is Coach Skip, and you’re about to learn “balance” in pitching.

Bad Placement

The more distance between your Feet, the greater chance you naturally create an imbalance.

An imbalance causes your Throwing Arm guides your pitch.

Good Placement

An ideal Front Foot distance is one baseball width away from your Back Foot.

Combines this with an ideal Front Foot Lift and the ball goes to your target with uncanny regularity.

How To Accomplish This?

Want to know more about your foot placements?

The Pro Pitching Institute’s Self-Coaching Plan teaches you to manage your Feet, or your instruction is free … No questions… No hassles… and no hard feelings.

Coach Skip Fast
“The Pitching Process Doctor”
Pro Pitching Institute

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