Front Knee Lift, Command, and Your Lower Body

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No Lower Body

When your Front Knee goes behind your Front Hip, you have a single point of balance.

Your Throwing Hand fires the ball to your target.

Your Glove Hand works to keep your Body in balance, and you deliver the ball to a larger-than-expected target area.

Setting Up Your Lower Body

With your Back Knee in the proper position and your Feet one baseball width apart, your Front Foot comes straight up.

The movement of your Front Foot places your Front Knee in front of your Front Hip.

With your Front Foot in front of your Front Knee, you’re able to enable your Lower Body.

Solid Lower Body Engagement

Your Glove Hand comes forward until your Glove Hand Palm pops up.

When your Glove Hand Palm pops up, your Glove Arm fires your Lower Body.

Your Lower Body propels your Throwing Hand to deliver the ball to your target with uncanny regularity.

Get a “Legitimate” Front Knee Lift

To find your target with uncanny regularity, you want your Glove Arm to prompt your Lower Body, and your Lower Body to start your Throwing Action.

The Pro Pitching Institute teaches you to begin with your weight in front of your Back Foot, 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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