Pitching 101

A 3×3 Rubik’s Cube Automates Your Pitch Location.

You’re handed a 3×3 Rubik’s Cube to solve.

If you’re like most people, you solve a 3×3 Rubik’s Cube by deciding which row to turn or which column to twist. This random process continues until you either solve the cube or stop trying.

There’s another more reliable, and even foolproof way to solve your cube. You use a simple algorithm to guide your thinking and program your solution. By following this mathematical formula, you make 18 twists/turns in a prescribed order and watch as the cube’s sides automatically turn solid.

Follow this Rubik’s Cube progression and you automate your pitch location.

Like the Rubik’s Cube, the most common path to pitch location is to continually analyze each delivery and make adjustments. Throughout this up-and-down process, you can only hope your pitch location remains competitive enough to challenge the hitters you face.

There’s another more reliable, and almost foolproof way to program your pitch location. Like the Rubik’s Cube algorithm, when you’re born, your mind is pre-programmed to keep your body in balance. Identical to the 18 twists/turns you make to solve your Rubik’s Cube, there are 6 easily executed positions/movements that, when performed in the right order, force your brain’s programming to automatically turn your pitch location into a sustainable habit.

Your pitching future is at a crossroads.

You can continue to use trial-and-error to improve your pitching, or you can ask Coach Skip to help you exploit your mind’s very instinctive balance algorithm to automatically locate your pitches.

When Pitchers are asked about their pitch locaton experience with Coach Skip, the most common responses sound like …

  • “I didn’t try to send my pitch into my target. How did you do that?”,
  • “I can’t believe what you just did!” and
  • When asked on a scale of 1-10 “how much did pitch location improve?”, the typical response is above “9”!

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