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When a pitcher’s results are unacceptable, they adjust their motion. Their motion’s…Continue
Your inner ear monitors your body’s horizontal and vertical alignment.
Anytime your inner ear perceives a forward movement or senses a gravitational imbalance that jeopardizes your safety, your inner ear automatically and instantaneously replaces your current movements with the actions that’ll bring you back in…Continue
When examined closely, Inside/Out Coaching teaches a mental process.
Inside/Out Coaches …
When little is known, much is assumed. As soon as you fall into the trap where assumptions are treated as fact, you never really know where any one pitch will end up.
When assumptive learning is all you know, you rightfully believe your assumptions are fact, but, when you try to explain why you miss your target as often as you do, assumptive learning falls apart.
Assumptive learning draws attention to what you don’t know, what…Continue
When you make your usual throwing action from a front leg lift ending with your weight centered between your knees, you…