Monday, July 6, 2015

Consecutive year Cy Young winner can't be wrong?

Every consecutive year,  Cy Young winner ends their front leg lift with their hips levels and their motion completely under their control.

  • Their level hips means, instead of using their throwing arm for balance, they force their mind's "built-in response mechanism" to keep their arms uninvolved with their balance.
  • Since their arms are free to move the way they want, they use their throwing action to shift their weight to their glove hand side.
  • They then rely on their mind to make the totally spontaneous, naturally productive and Tommy John resistant throwing reflex that'll get their body back in a balance.
  • Consecutive year, Cy Young winners know how to get in the same position at the top of their front leg lift ... they realize their mind's "built-in response mechanism" makes them a Cy Young contender ever year.
For consecutive years, these Cy Young winners use their mind's "built-in response mechanism" to bring their throwing hand through a highly productive release window. 

  • They use their eyes to fine tune their location within their target area, no matter the pitch or release, shows the hitter a fastball arm and relies upon their lower body energy to get each pitch to break extremely close to the plate.

You have two options...

  • Spend hours on end trying to figure out how to end your front leg lift with your hips level or 
  • Ask me to show you how to end your front leg lift in balance. 
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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