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 you want to maximize power and efficiency in your delivery while reducing the strain on your pitching elbow.
One of the things I’m most excited about with the NEW Ballistic Pitching Blueprint is the addition of a completely new video component I call the Flaws & Fixes section.
When version 1.0 first rolled out, I was up to my neck in motion analysis requests. And based on the past year-plus of work analyzing those videos, I’ve become very familiar with how to recognize and address the most common mechanical flaws among amateur (and even pro) pitchers.
So with the BPB version 2.0 I wanted to really help YOU to do the same thing. Once you know what to look for, you can then start to build a plan for making the necessary adjustments to help develop a more powerful, dynamic pitching delivery.
And in the Flaws & Fixes section, I break down each of these Big Mechanical Flaws and show you EXACTLY what drills are best for addressing them…
And perhaps more importantly, WHERE you want to place the emphasis with the drill to get the desired result!
So back to that glove arm action… Here’s an excerpt from one of the new videos in the program. This is just a taste of what you can expect in the new Ballistic Pitching Blueprint.
If you’re ready to start taking control of your pitching future, or if you’re looking to make sure your son or the pitchers you coach reach their full pitching potential, you need to check out this updated system: Ballistic Pitching Blueprint 2.0