Read our updated Blog - #9 The obstacles youth pitchers face
#8 What other people/websites say
#7 How to develop the top players
#6 What a coach should do
#5 The role parents should play
#4 What youth pitchers know about pitching
#3 Two rule changes that would save pitchers' arms
#2 The 3 Objectives of Pitching
#1 The Real reason pitcher's arms still hurt
Every Monday there will be a new post about the Pitcher's Arm. Feel free to comment and share with your friends.
There are 3 main objectives to pitching:
1 – Velocity
2 – Body Control/Repeat ability
3 – Strikes
Locked In Baseball research of all three of these objectives has shown that Velocity is the easiest to accomplish and that throwing Strikes is the most difficult. With this said, Strikes is the only one taught from the Little League level on up to the High School level. Let’s allow the pitchers to throw as hard as they can under control with the result being that Strikes will come.
Don’t wait until the bad habits start back up in the middle of the Spring season. Come find out what you do, when you do it, and what adjustments you should make to get back into sync.
We guarantee that you’ll get every piece of advice you’ll need to improve your velocity, control, and the ability to repeat your delivery.
We intend to prove to you how throwing the baseball as hard as you can under control will give you the ability to accomplish all 3 objectives.
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With our experience as instructors over the past 10 years, we have come to realize that players learn through different techniques. Some players learn by the act of doing, while others learn by watching video of themselves, analyzing what they are doing right and wrong, and making the necessary adjustments. We are able to show each player their mechanical flaws and have found a higher success rate of players understanding and fixing their problems. Once the player sees what they are doing, we are then able to physically put them into the proper position, leading to their continuing development.
Locked In Baseball has a staff like no other. Come and experience the difference we can make in your player's development.
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