To protect yourself from injury, your body is in a constant state of self-correction.
Once you understand how to manage your body’s self-corrections, you become the elite Pitcher you always dreamed you’d be.
Level Hips Manage Your Self-Corrections
When your footwork ends your front leg lift with your hips level to one another, you spin down the mound, end your stride with your hips/shoulders at opposing angles, and see your pitches repeatedly travel into your target with uncanny regularity.
Your body’s self-corrections optimize your mechanics and your results.
Tilted Hips Create Chaos
When your footwork ends your front leg lift with a hip tilt, your self-correction mode causes you to lose control of your throwing arm path, and you can’t know with any certainty where any one pitch will end up.
To improve, you make arbitrary mechanical changes, put your self-correction mode into a state of chaos, and never know where any one pitch will end up.
Manage Your Self-Corrections
There’s a surprisingly straightforward way to trick your body to end your front leg lift with your hips level to one another and to challenge the best hitters to make solid contact with your pitches.
Struggling to end your front leg lift with your hips level? Ask Coach Skip for help.