Motion Analysis For A 10 Year Old?

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I don’t work with a lot of very young pitchers these days.

In fact, I think TOO much coaching “mechanics” at a young age can actually throw a pitcher’s development right off the rails…

But the other day I got a chance to do some work with a 10 year old pitcher (FUN and refreshing).

And this kid has a very cool setup at home.

Up in his “attic” they’ve got a long room with a gym setup…

So at one end of the room ...

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Avoiding Blowouts (And A Webinar Invite)

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Before I get going, want to make sure I let you know about a special live webinar I’m going to be doing this Wednesday night with Josh Heenan (Strength Coach Extraordinaire) and Wayne Mazzoni (D1 College Coach and Recruiting Specialist).

Click Here for details.

Okay, on to today’s pitching lesson….

I’m writing this from a Starbucks while I wait for them to put new tires on my car at the shop next door…

Bear with me, there’s a lesson for an important ...

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Motion Analysis: Tracking A Pitcher’s Progress

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I want to let you in on a little secret.

As you know, I’m a big fan of using video with my pitchers. Motion Analysis can be a powerful tool…

But here’s something that might surprise you…

When I’m working with a pitcher, I DON’T record every pitch. In fact, there might be entire sessions where we don’t look at video at ALL.

Why would I do that? How do you make any progress if you’re not constantly evaluating and assessing?

Fair question.

We all know those pitchers who are just OBSESSED ...

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