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Three things make a pitcher successful when facing their competition:

1) Location

2) Change of Speed

3) Movement

Today I want to talk about movement. How do you get proper movement on the baseball when your throwing off-speed pitches?  How do you do that without putting more stress on your throwing arm?

There is a very simple explanation to this.  Throwing any off-speed pitch is easier than most people make it out to be.

What do most pitchers do when they first try to throw a curveball?  They try twisting the ball right before release or wrap the pitch which you have seen me demonstrate on our youtube video How to Throw a Curveball.

All you need to do to get the ball to move for you is change your wrist and forearm angle at release of the ball.  This is simple to do.  I simplify off-speed pitching for you as I show you how to throw 10 different pitches on our pitching grips/workouts DVD.

The following pitching videos will help you get a head start on your competition this year.  We have received a lot of great feedback with these free videos.  Enjoy!

How to Throw a Curveball

How to throw a circle change

Nasty Changeup!

We go into great detail on how to throw off-speed pitching in our pitching grips DVD.  Take advantage of it now and reap the benefits!

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