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.

February 23, 2011

Increase Pitching Velocity

Would you be shocked to find out that most pitchers lose 3-5 mph at the very beginning of their throwing motion?  The main culprit to this […]
February 6, 2011

Stay Relaxed and Throw Faster

Have you considered that lack of pitching velocity A can be due to being uptight or tense when you throw?  Perhaps one of the most difficult […]
January 18, 2011

Pitchers, Increase Pitching Velocity Now!

Pitchers: Get the Most Out of Your Stride Many of the pitchers that I work with are High School and collegiate level athletes.  I also teach […]
December 27, 2010

Different Off-Speed Pitches

Everyone wants to be the next power pitcher that can just blow the ball past the batter.  While that is fun; success with just one pitch […]
November 6, 2010

Increase Pitching Velocity By Gaining Weight

If you gain weight do you think you will be able to throw faster?  That is an interesting question and the answer is yes and no.  […]
October 25, 2010

Throw Faster in No Time

At least 40% of our questions are about increasing velocity. Most of them are similar questions and I will take some time to address the majority […]
October 25, 2010

Baseball’s Best Pitching Articles

We’ve been producing a lot of content lately on our blog as well as in these emails you’ve been getting. I thought I’d take a moment […]
September 29, 2010

Heath Bell and Ubaldo Jimenez Pitching Mechanics

You have been getting our e-mails for the last few years you know we talk a lot about the importance of stride length.  “Your stride should […]
September 28, 2010

Mechanical Ways to Throw Harder

Got another question to answer this way.  This one comes from Dan.  It’s short and to the point: What are some mechanical ways I can throw […]
September 28, 2010

How to Strengthen Your Arm

Last week we asked many of you to send questions our way so we can answer them in our emails.  We got overloaded (which is great) […]

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