Friday, July 17, 2015

Do you have a valid reason to make a change?

You're using "blind instruction" anytime you make an adjustment without having a valid reason to make the change
You only have a short window to prove to someone you would be an asset to their team.  
  • “Blind instruction” extends your learning curve and reduces the chance someone/anyone will recognize your pitching skills.
Everything within your motion follows how your mind's "built-in response mechanism" processes your hip orientation.
- Changing an action without consideration to how impact your hip orientation means you're using trial and error to improve your delivery?
Everything you see within everyone else's motion is a reaction to a prior action.
- Attempting to include in your motion what you see in someone else's motion changes your hip orientation?  Blindly following what you think you see in someone else's motion is pitching suicide.
When manage the way your mind's "built-in response mechanism" interprets your hips, your mind begins controlling your actions.
- You use your mind's "built-in response mechanism"  to tell when and where to make adjustment that'll instantly shrink your target area, get your ball to break closer to the plate and, no matter the pitch selection, show the opposition a deceptive arm action.
Stop blindly doing what you think you should do and ask me to me to use your mind's "built-in response mechanism" to instantly make your results much more acceptable.

L.A. "Skip" Fast
Independent Major League Pitching Coach
Pro Pitching Institute
   “My simple, yet extremely powerful, business rule: fix it once and move on!”

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