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When you move straight down the mound, your lower half comes toward the plate faster than your upper body.
With your lower body moving ahead of your upper body, before you can complete your delivery, you’re forced to use your legs to bring your upper body over your lower half.
Since a productive “feel” is nearly impossible to carry from one outing to the next, wouldn’t you get better results by permanently eliminating tempo as the reason for your poor outings?
When you finish your front leg lift with your core already vertical, instead of moving straight down the mound, you can rotate toward the plate.
By rotating down the mound, you …
As a bonus, when you complete your stride with your core already vertical, your legs actively engage with the rest of your body to let you ...
… on every pitch all the time!!!
When you eliminate your core tilt, you can expect a good outing every time you take the mound!
To discover “how” to end your starting position with an upright core and then spin around this vertical axis, visit the Pro Pitching Institute.
There’s no excuse for your worst outings not being as good as your best. Your first step to removing this gap is to pick up your cell phone, call “Skip” at 856-281-2596 and schedule your FREE 20-minute, Pro Pitching Institute Fast-Track Pitching Session.
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