Pitching Velocity

Increase pitching velocity while learning how to throw using proper pitching mechanics. Velocity is an important asset to have if you plan on playing baseball past High School.

March 25, 2013

Attention Coaches! Don’t Mess With a Pitcher’s Armslot

Being involved in Baseball for 26 years and instructing pitchers for the last12; some things never change. It is said that Baseball is a game of […]
January 29, 2013

Pitching Mechanics Change: Major Velocity Gains!

What never seizes to amaze me (regardless of how many pitchers I have worked with over the years) are the small and simple mechanical changes a […]
October 31, 2012

A Chapman-Like Stride

How long should your stride be? That is a question that we get from many coaches, parents and pitchers. Many coaches give their opinion of how […]
October 28, 2012

The Truth About Strikeouts

Many pitchers trying to strike everybody out these days. Especially in youth athletics. Is that the best strategy to have as a pitcher? No doubt strikeouts […]
August 16, 2012

Some Things to Learn on Felix’s Perfect Game

Yesterday around 2:45 my dad sent me a text that read, “Felix perfect through 8”. I was just leaving to go meet a friend at a […]
July 4, 2012

Advanced Off-Speed Training

Today we want to talk about when it’s appropriate to introduce another pitch to any pitcher. Many coaches and parents contact us regularly to teach their […]
June 13, 2012

Power Pitching: Add MPH to Your Pitches

One of the questions I get most often when I begin teaching a new student is, how do I throw faster? Throwing fast definitely has its […]
April 26, 2012

Do This and Add MPH!

Today I want to show you a must see video that will help you not only throw faster, but keep your arm healthy. Here it is! […]
February 13, 2012

Three Must Have’s in Pitching

There are three things you must have as a pitcher to excel in any level. 1) Location (pin point accuracy) 2) Change of Speed 3) Movement […]
December 4, 2011

The Strike Out Only Mentality On The Mound

I began playing baseball at age ten, late for many kids. Because I was always big for my age, I found myself on the pitching mound […]

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