Increase Pitching Velocity

Enough of listening to the theory and opinion of those conventional pitching coaches who preach that Olympic Lifting is bad or doesn’t work for baseball players or pitchers in general. Let’s see if they are speaking the truth or just speaking out of their butts. In the video above watch the TopVelocity Experiment the effects of heavy load power cleans on pitching velocity.

n Marcus Stroman’s pitching analysis you will learn the pros and cons of his pitching mechanics. He is a very small guy at 5’9 185lbs and overcompensates for his size with and explosive athleticism and a impressive set of pitching mechanics. In the pitching analysis you will learn exactly what he is doing well and not doing so well so you can use this as a standard for your pitching mechanics if you would like to emulate them. I would highly recommend that you checkout the 3X Pitching Velocity Program or the 3X Velocity Camp to help you develop these high velocity pitching mechanics.

In Chris Archer’s pitching analysis Chris Archer has a very consistent set of pitching mechanics over the years as measured through the 3X Evaluation System. In the video above you will learn more about the pitching mechanics that make up Chris Archer’s unique pitching delivery. You will also learn the pros and cons of his pitching mechanics along with the descriptions below.

What causes a slump? How do you keep a hitting streak alive? When a baseball player is “in the zone,” how did he get there? How does he stay there? What causes a loss in velocity on the mound, or a lack of power at the plate? More importantly, how can answers to these questions lead to a better performance on the field? The Baseball Code hopes to answer these questions and more.

The Baseball Code takes a different, deeper look at the game. Every pitch, hit and play in the field leads to a win or a loss. The Baseball Code looks at those individual statistics to not only find trends that can help turn some of those losses into wins, but also dives into the science behind the throw, swing and catch to affect a change in the trend.

Numbers can tell us when a player is in a slump or on top of his game, but what makes up those numbers? The Baseball Code breaks down the statistics to find answers. The science of the human body and mechanics of baseball can uncover what makes the numbers happen. By examining a player’s mechanics, training, muscle build and approach to the game, hosts Brent Pourciau and Brian Haldane can help players minimize their weak points and maximize production.

Learn how the greatest game in the world has evolved over the past 30 years through the “Steroid Era” and beyond.

This revolutionary show will highlight some of the players from the past to present and how the game has dramatically changed from the field to behind the scenes. You will gain insight on the game well outside the conventional wisdom. Insight that will help you understand the players and management in the game today.

This information is new, cutting edge and controversial to some. Watch at your own risk and remember you will only discover the truth of the game once you understand its source code!

Tired of doing hundreds of reps with light tubing or dumbbells with little results? Bored of tweaking your mechanics to death to try and squeeze one more oz of power out of your body? Sick of buying worthless devices to help improve baseball power to quickly realize it was a total waste of your time and money? Well, stop chasing your tail. Baseball is infamous for under developing peak potential in this game. Don’t get caught in its trap and spend the rest of your life living in regret, wondering if you ever could have been better.

do not spend a lot of time coaching pitching grips, mainly because with a simple Google search you can get more than enough information of professional pitching grips. If you found this page from a simple Google search then I hope to give you more than just some simple pitch grips. I hope to enlighten you on the lack of information you have on what separates the levels of this game and how pitch grips fit into this understanding.

I have developed my expertise in the art of performance enhancement for pitchers and I have taken it all the way to the Major League level. I am currently a biomechanics consultant for a Major League organization and also training privately many professional pitchers at all levels of the game. Pitch grips rarely come up in my coaching but this doesn’t mean it isn’t important.

In this article, I am going to give you the top ten professional pitching grips but first I will go over how you must first develop high velocity pitching mechanics before you worry about pitch grips. I will also list an endless resource of pitching grips from professional pitchers, so you do not need to search anymore for pitching grips to help improve your game.

Mike is a native from Baltimore Maryland who has been in Houston since 1998. He attended James Madison University and graduated with a major in Sports Management and minor in coaching with background in Kinesiology and Physiology. He is married with two children.

Mike has an extensive baseball background playing high school, division 1 ball, and 7 seasons of professional baseball with the Baltimore Orioles and San Diego Padres as a left handed pitcher. He has played every level of professional baseball from A, AA, AAA, and 40 man roster. In 1989 he won the prestigious Baltimore Oriole Minor League Pitcher of the Year Award. After finishing his career in 1995 he moved his passion into coaching his level of knowledge to his students and parents to aid in their success in the game. He coaches all aspects of the game with private, group, or team lessons.

Let’s face it, there is a lot of poor coaching in this game of baseball, especially for pitchers. Most pitching lessons include the pitcher on the mound throwing for the pitching instructor, as the pitching instructor eyes his delivery and provides his feedback. Unless you just want to learn some different pitches or the mind set of pitching to hitters, I actually couldn’t come up with a format for a pitching lesson that could provide any less valuable support for the pitcher, who is obviously in need of the help, than with the conventional pitching lesson. - See more at:

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