“INTERMEDIATE PITCHERS” rely on location.

Intermediate pitchers become more efficient and effective throwers.

  • Common Errors: Common mistakes Intermediate Pitchers make, like not using their lower body effectively, finishing with the glove under the armpit, or letting the throwing arm pull the body through the throw lead to:
    • Reduced Accuracy: Throws not hitting the target consistently.
    • Decreased Velocity: Mechanics limit the power transferred from the lower body to the throw.
    • Injury Risk: Improper mechanics can lead to overuse injuries.
  • The Solution: Location emphasizes using the glove arm to activate the lower body, creating a more efficient and powerful throwing motion. This allows intermediate pitchers to develop:
    • Improved Mechanics: A focus on Glove Arm mechanics can have an Intermediate Pitcher throw with more control and power.
    • Increased Efficiency: A more coordinated motion translates to less wasted energy and potentially more velocity.
    • Reduced Injury Risk: Developing proper mechanics can help prevent injuries down the road.

Your location focuses on …

  • The Glove Arm: The program emphasizes using the glove arm to initiate the throwing motion and engage the lower body.
  • 3 Balanced Positions & 1 Action: The program breaks down the throwing motion into easy-to-learn steps for better control and consistency.
  • Efficiency: The program avoids unnecessary arm movements, focusing on a more efficient power transfer from the lower body to the throw.
Location takes Intermediate Pitchers to the next level by developing a more efficient and effective throwing motion.

your “location”!

YOU focus ON 3 balanced positions AND ONE ACTION.

  • One Position, Your Starting Position: You get into a Starting Position having your weight balanced over your Back Foot.
    • There are 4 mechanics to make your Starting Position functional.
  • Second Position, Your Front Leg Lift: You pause in your Front Leg Lift without falling toward the target.
    • You use one motion to produce 3 very memorable mechanics.
  • Third Position, Hand Separation: Your Hand Separation balances your motion.
    • Your Hand Separation is the final balance point for your delivery.
  • ONE ACTION, Your Throwing Action: A Glove Hand movement delivers the ball to your target.
    • Your Lower Body drives the ball to your target with maximum velocity and pinpoint command.

… and

Each precise function is taught as a Front Foot, Back Foot, Glove, and Throwing Arm position.

  • The only action is a specific Glove Hand movement.
  • No coiling, stretching, or loading is involved in your motion.
  • Your Glove Hand finishes below your belt to prompt your Lower Body to send the ball to your target.

Get one highly coordinated motion  …

  • You discover a Back Knee position to keep your weight back,
  • Your Glove Hand triggers your Lower Body, and
  • Your Lower Body fires the ball to your target with uncanny regularity.

Your eventual results get your glove hand moving ahead of your stride foot.

“Location by choice, not by chance!”

For $200 147, You Get …
  • To Email as many Videos as you want,
  • Weekly Email or Text Check-ins, and
  • A Bi-Weekly Phone Call.
The program lasts for 1 month and re-enrollment is allowed.
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