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A consistently small target window is essential to your pitching success. Your success begins with the way your “fight or flight response” interprets your movements into your starting position.
At the end of your stride, to categorically outperform other pitchers, you create a 3-dimensional reaction where, to get your body back in balance, your subconscious forces you to make a throwing (re)action. You make this happen by coming into your stride with ...
Your consistent and exceptional performances are driven by this 3-dimensional starting position.
The only difference between a fully integrated, 3-dimensional ball release and a less-effective, 1-dimensional (shoulders only) ball release is your upper body angle as you complete your starting position.
Simple … you follow these clear-cut recommendations.
1. Begin with your feet one baseball width apart.
2. Make sure you begin with a slight back knee flex.
If you currently end your starting position with even a slight upper body tilt, by adding these 2 simple skills to your mound routine, your worst misses end up closer to your target than ever!
Bookmark this blog and, next week, we’ll go into how to end your front leg lift with your 3-dimensional body position still intact.
Let us know how you’re doing?
When you use these skills and still find yourself struggling with your command, send us a pitching motion video or attach a comment to this post. We’ll use your video and comments to resolve the foot placements and leg orientations standing in the way of you being exceptional.
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