Secret Writing Tip for Better Pitching Mechanics

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When it comes to pitching mechanics, it’s important to remember this.

No two pitchers are exactly the same…

I mean, you’re an individual, right? You’re not built exactly like that 95 MPH pitcher you see on TV… you’ve probably got your own strengths and weakness, your own physical constraints…

So it doesn’t make any sense for you try to COPY that pitcher’s delivery, right?

Or does it? 

This may seem a little off-topic, but I want you to ask yourself a simple question.

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Drop and Drive or Tall and Fall?

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When it comes to pitching mechanics, you know I’m a big fan of giving young pitchers the freedom to develop their own style… But there have to be some constants, don’t there?

I mean, you can’t just have young pitchers just trying to figure it all out on their own, can you?

Okay, I’d agree with that… But I also think you want to avoid being too cookie cutter.

  • Focus on the important things… the Key ...
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Addressing a Sloppy Glove Arm

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One of the biggest mechanical issues I see with young pitchers (and really you see this with some guys at the college and pro level too) is the problem of a sloppy glove arm.

I’ve written about the importance of good glove arm action before and the idea of maintaining the glove-arm/throwing arm connection. And understanding and addressing this mechanical flaw is absolutely critical if ...

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