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Are you certain you are teaching the most up-to-date information about pitching mechanics?  Most coaches, including collegiate level coaches, are teaching the same pitching techniques they learned when they played 5 plus years ago.  You and I both know a lot has changed since then in the area of mechanics.

In our latest instructional video download we show coaches 10 of the most common mechanical flaws.  We help you not only understand what to look for in the throwing motion but how to teach your pitchers in a way that is easy for them to understand and immediately put to practice.

Pitching mechanics can be difficult to understand; we simplify the process for you so you can break it down for your pitchers. This video will also help you teach your position players “how to throw effectively” using the same simple techniques.


If you have pitchers that have more than one of these problems you should consider this information packed video; it is (34:48 minutes)

Struggle throwing strikes
Lack Velocity
Push the ball when throwing
Throw faster playing catch than on the mound
Seem to throw sidearm
Consistently throw the ball high
“Kick” leg up
Throw too much with their arm
Seem to be off balance
Back of Arm, elbow or bicep hurts often
Pitching motion changes frequently
Mimic other pitchers throwing motion
Stride is too short
Fall to the side of the mound (not controlled motion)


Start learning “how to teach mechanics” effectively and efficiently.


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