Tuesday, May 21, 2019

ACTION-REACTION MANAGEMENT PRODUCES COMMAND

Discover action-reaction pairings that bring your throwing hand through the same productive release window on every pitch.
In nature, actions and reactions come in Pairings. Pitching is simply finding a way to manage your action-reaction pairings to bring your throwing hand through the same productive release window on every pitch.

Action-Reaction pairings are easy to miss.

Everything you see within your motion is both an action and a reaction. Trying to change your action-reaction pairings without addressing your foot placements turns into a complete waste of time.

Disruptive Action-Reaction Pairings

Let’s look at how your action-reaction pairings fail to bring your throwing hand through the same productive release window on every pitch.
  • Your foot placements (action) force you to end your front leg lift with your weight over your back foot (reaction).
  • By ending your front leg lift with your weight over your back foot (action), to move down the mound, you shift your weight toward your target (reaction).
  • You shift your weight toward your target (action) and gravity uses your throwing arm to balance your stride (reaction).
  • You continue to use your throwing arm for balance (action) until your front foot gets back on the ground and your legs rebalance your weight between your knees (reaction).
  • With both feet on the ground, your glove side shoulder moving back (action) powers your throwing arm moving forward (reaction).
  • With your upper body working by itself (action), your shoulders tilt within a given range (reaction).
  • Your shoulder tilt (action) means you never truly know with any certainty where any one pitch ends up (reaction).

Constructive Action-Reaction Pairings

Now, let’s look at the action-reaction pairings that bring your throwing hand through the same productive release window on every pitch.
  • Your foot placements (action) force you to end your front leg lift with your weight centered between your knees (reaction).
  • With one foot on the ground and your weight centered between your knees, your glove side shoulder moving back (action) powers your back hip forward (reaction).
  • Your back hip coming forward (action) demands your front foot reconnects with the ground (reaction).
  • Your front foot reconnecting with the ground (action) causes your lower body to stop rotating (reaction).
  • Your foot plant stopping your lower body rotation (action) forces your lower body to whip your throwing arm into release (reaction).
  • Your throwing arm whip (action) brings your throwing hand through an easily repeated and extremely productive release window (reaction).

Here’s the good news.

The Pro Pitching Institute freely presents the foot placements that’ll bring your throwing hand through a very sustainable and extremely productive release window. No matter where you live, we skillfully use on-line communication tools to make you a better pitcher than you ever dreamed possible.

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Tuesday, May 14, 2019

TRICK YOUR INNER EAR INTO PRODUCING COMMAND!


The throwing action your inner ear creates at foot plant brings your arm through the same tiny release window on every pitch and, at the same time, shows your opponent the same arm speed on every pitch.

Your Inner Ear

Your inner ear monitors your body’s horizontal and vertical alignment.

Anytime your inner ear perceives a forward movement or senses a gravitational imbalance that jeopardizes your safety, your inner ear automatically and instantaneously replaces your current movements with the actions that’ll bring you back in balance.

What you see isn’t what happens 

You see a Pitcher moving down the mound. You see the Pitcher’s arm move. You may think the Pitcher controls his arm movements, but his arm movements are actually his inner ear response to his body position as he begins his journey down the mound.

Now that you know the Pitcher’s arm actions are actually reactions, trying to duplicate a Pitcher’s arm movements as you move down the mound is a complete waste of your time.

Fooling your inner ear.

Your inner ear uses your arms to offset any front-to-back or back-to-front movements, but fails to recognize rotation as a threat to your safety. Consequently, when you rotate down the mound, your inner ear keeps your throwing arm free to response to your lower body.

In fact, when you rotate down the mound and land your foot plant, your inner ear senses your horizontal and vertical misalignments and, to get your back in balance, forces you to whip your back arm forward and across your body.

Your inner ear keeps you safe by forcing you to make a throwing action.  Your inner ear uses your throwing arm to regain both your horizontal and vertical orientations.

Spontaneous Command

Because your inner ear is hard-wired to respond to the same conditions in the same way, the throwing action your inner ear creates at foot plant brings your arm through the same tiny release window on every pitch and, at the same time, shows your opponent the same arm speed on every pitch.
By using your inner ear to produce your results, you experience sustainable Cy Young-like results every Team wants to have on the mound.

Here’s the good news.

The Pro Pitching Institute teaches you how to control your inner ear responses. No matter where you live, we skillfully use on-line communication tools to make you a better pitcher than you ever dreamed possible.

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Tuesday, May 7, 2019

ONLY ONE COACHING APPROACH CREATES COMMAND!


With Inside/Out Coaching, you stop trying and start doing everything you dreamed you’d do.

Does your Coach manage the way your think to move or does he manage your movements?

Inside/Out Coaching solves issues.

When examined closely, Inside/Out Coaching teaches a mental process.

Inside/Out Coaches …
  • Use the way your body processes gravity to produce remarkably effective, very repeatable and extremely productive results.
  • Address the way your movements respond to gravity.
  • Are proactive.
  • Manage the way your positions and movements interact with gravity to produce the outcomes you need to succeed.
  • Teaches you to expect every pitch to travel  directly into your Catcher’s target.
  • Drive results and, as such, make you feel like you’re using less effort to produce markedly better results.
  • Hold themselves accountable for your results.

With Inside/Out Coaching, you stop trying and start doing everything you dreamed you’d do.


Outside/In Coaching chases issues.

Until examined more closely, Outside/In Coaching teaches a physical process.

Outside/In Coaches …
  • Dismiss how gravity influences your results.
  • Are driven to change what they see by asking you to change what he saw.
  • Are reactive.
  • Promote trial-and error learning.
  • Try to change your positions and motions without considering gravity’s impact on your movements.
  • Rely on your next pitch arm slot fixing your last pitch arm slot.
  • Force you to hope your next pitch behaves and goes where you expect.
  • Hold you accountable for figuring out how to do what’s asked of them.

With Outside/in Coaching, you feel like you’re always wondering where your next pitch is going to end up.

Here’s the good news.

The Pro Pitching Institute coaches you from the Inside/Out. No matter where you live, we skillfully use on-line communication tools to make you a better pitcher than you ever dreamed possible.

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Tuesday, April 30, 2019

LET’S GET REAL ABOUT COMMAND!


Don’t get us wrong, velocity WILL get you notice, but it’s command that guarantees a long and prosperous pitching career.

Baseball’s Artificial Reality

The baseball community misleads and deceives you into thinking velocity will get you where you want.

Therefore, the baseball community’s artificial consensus turns velocity into a manufactured reality.

Don’t get us wrong, velocity WILL get you notice, but it’s command that guarantees a long and prosperous pitching career. 

How do you measure command?

Just like velocity, command is a black-and-white observation. Did the ball travel directly into your target or didn’t it?

You measure command as the ratio of pitches traveling directly into your target compared to the total pitches thrown.

The higher the ratio, the more effective you are as a Pitcher.

How did velocity become an artificial reality?

Because Pitching Coaches don’t know how to teach command, they’re not going to measure something they can’t teach.

Velocity is easy to measure and, as such, becomes a Pitching Coach’s go to measurement.

What’s Your Reality?

 When you pitch professionally, everyone around you throws as hard as you. It’s at this point that command separates the “haves” from the “have nots”.

When you execute your pitch directly into your target, the professional hitter you’re facing is less likely to drive the ball.

Without command, you risk missing your target over the plate, the hitter driving the ball and your Team asking someone with command to replace you.

Unfair, but true.

Your Pitching Coach is going to teach velocity, not command.

It’s unfair and your chances of success are slim, but to achieve your pitching dreams, you become responsible for teaching yourself something your Pitching Coach can’t.

Here’s the good news.

The Pro Pitching Institute teaches command. No matter where you live, we skillfully use Facebook Messenger to make you indispensable to your Coach and your Team.

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Tuesday, April 23, 2019

ONCE AND FOR ALL, STOP STRUGGLING WITH YOUR LOCATION!


Failure essentially comes from an assumptive approach, but failure is avoided when you analyze how your gravitational prompts impact your results.

Is your pitching built on assumptions?

When little is known, much is assumed. As soon as you fall into the trap where assumptions are treated as fact, you never really know where any one pitch will end up.

When assumptive learning is all you know, you rightfully believe your assumptions are fact, but, when you try to explain why you miss your target as often as you do, assumptive learning falls apart.

Assumptive learning draws attention to what you don’t know, what you’re uncertain about and what you sense is missing. Because solutions have yet to emerge, you turn your usual assumptions into possible solutions.

With assumptions, your pitching future goes no further than your next pitch and, because your next pitch is still based upon the same tired assumptions, you never notice any sustainable improvement.
Instead, use gravity as the basis to test and question your assumptions. Your testing and questioning systematically turns your assumptions into statistically-backed knowledge.

Turn assumptions into knowledge.

A gravity-driven line of attack imposes disciplines different from and more focused than the undisciplined assumptive approach you’re used to. As soon as you synchronize your well-intentioned assumptions to the way gravity impacts your delivery, you significantly reduce the frequency of pitches missing your target.

Failure essentially comes from an assumptive approach, but failure is avoided when you analyze how your gravitational prompts impact your results.

Here’s the good news.

By following the back foot orientations, foot placements and core activation routines outlined at the Pro Pitching Institute, you experience instantaneous improvement, meaningful reasons for every unacceptable outcome and a plan that’ll systematically bring your worst misses closer to your target.

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Tuesday, April 16, 2019

COMMAND IS ACHIEVABLE AND REPEATABLE


By centering your weight between your knees at the top of your front leg lift, superior pitching results become very achievable and, better yet, extremely repeatable.

Centering your weight supercharges results

When you make your usual throwing action from a front leg lift ending with your weight centered between your knees, you…
  1. Enhance your throwing arm speed,
  2. Create later ball movement,
  3. Send more pitches directly into your target than ever before and
  4. Challenge every hitter to drive any pitch you throw.

Hardwired reactions encourage excellence

Your throwing action forces …
  1. Your body to stride.
  2. Your stride to produce an imbalance.
  3. Your imbalance requiring you to get your front foot back on the ground.
  4. Your front foot hitting the ground abruptly stopping your body’s rotation.
  5. Your stoppage creating an unnatural upper and lower body positioning.
  6. Your upper and lower body misalignment causing gravity to use your throwing arm to make a throwing action.

Natural reactions breed pitching brilliance

As a natural reaction to gravity needing your throwing arm to make a throwing action, gravity …
  1. Brings your throwing hand through the same tiny release window on every pitch,
  2. Whips your throwing arm into release,
  3. Produces later ball movement than usual and
  4. No matter the grip, always shows every hitter a fastball arm speed.

By centering your weight between your knees at the top of your front leg lift, superior pitching results become very achievable and, better yet, extremely repeatable.

Here’s the good news.

By following the back foot orientations, foot placements and core activation routines outlined at the Pro Pitching Institute, your natural reactions are guaranteed to promote superior pitching results. 

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Tuesday, April 9, 2019

DO YOUR FOOT PLACEMENTS PROMOTE COMMAND?


DO YOUR FOOT PLACEMENTS PROMOTE COMMAND? With gravity turning your throwing action into a natural reaction, your ball travels into your target more often than when your foot placements were more arbitrary.

How do you begin your motion?

Before your front foot comes off the ground, you make conscious decisions where you’re going to place your feet.

Your foot placements tell gravity to end your starting position with …
  • Your weight centered over your back foot or
  • Your weight centered between your knees.


Beginning with your weight over your back-foot compromises your command.

Your foot placements mean gravity ends your front leg lift with your weight over your back foot.

From this position, gravity forces you to stride down the mound.

As an instinctual reaction, gravity uses your throwing arm to balance your stride and, once gravity completes your foot plant, to rebalance your weight between your feet.

By ending your foot plant in a balanced position, delivering any pitch into your target becomes a separate battle.

When you end your front leg lift with your weight over your back foot, your success is determined by how well you overcome your failures.

As you’re about to realize, you become more successful by ending your front leg lift with your weight centered between your knees.

Beginning with your weight centered between your knees promotes success.

Your foot placements mean gravity ends your starting position with your weight centered between your knees.

This puts you in a position to rotate down the mound around an axis that gravity created as your front foot came off the ground.

By rotating down the mound, you keep your throwing arm uninvolved with your balance.

As an instinctual reaction, to get your body back in balance, gravity completes your foot plant and uses your throwing action to get you back in balance.

With gravity turning your throwing action into a natural reaction, your ball travels into your target more often than when your foot placements were more arbitrary.

Here’s the good news.

By following the back foot orientations, foot placements and front leg lifts outlined at the Pro Pitching Institute, your location will challenge every hitter on every pitch. 

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Tuesday, April 2, 2019

USE GRAVITY TO MAXIMIZE OF VELOCITY AND COMMAND


Here’s a way to maximize your velocity while you see your ball traveling into your target more often than not!

You don’t want your motion to be like a see-saw.

Just like see-saws teeter from one side of a bar to the other, when gravity forces you to end your front leg lift with your weight over your back foot, gravity uses your throwing arm to balance your stride. Unfortunately, you won’t be able to complete your throwing action until gravity stops needing your throwing arm for balance.

When your motion is like a see-saw, your velocity is only as good as the arm speed you generate as you rotate your shoulders around your head, but, because your throwing arm is working alone, you never really know where any one pitch will end up.

You want your motion to be like a merry-go-round.

With the right foot placements and front leg lift, gravity ends your front leg lift with your weight vertically  balanced between your knees  and horizontally balanced along a line running from your head to your bellybutton. Your weight distribution allows you to come out of your front leg lift with a hip rotation. Just like you won’t move as quickly when you stand near the center of a merry-go-round that you do when you stand near the outer edge, you allow your slow-moving hips to whip your throwing arm into release.

When your motion mirrors a merry-go-round, your hip rotation maximizes your throwing arm speed and, at the same time, your hip activity forces a situation where, to get back in balance, gravity takes your throwing arm through the same path on every pitch. Consequently, you maximize your velocity while you see your ball traveling into your target more often than not!

Here’s the good news.

By following the process outlined at the Pro Pitching Institute, you’ll make your motion more like a merry-go-round and, in the process, challenge every hitter on every pitch. 

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Tuesday, March 26, 2019

TURN GRAVITY INTO YOUR COMPETITIVE EDGE


When you properly manage gravity, gravity becomes the tool that’ll allow you to challenge every hitter on every pitch

Every time you get ready to throw a pitch, you expect it to travel directly into your Catcher’s target.

The reason you miss your target more often than you want boils down to one thing … gravity!

Even though you’ve lived with gravity since birth, even though gravity controls every movement you’ve ever made, you don’t realize what a huge influence gravity has on every pitch you throw.

When properly managed, gravity can turn your delivery into a well-timed, well-choreographed and very sustainable pitching machine.

However, when you ignore or dismiss gravity, your throwing arm path offsets your stride and, as a result, turns your ball release into a separate, unsupported and uncontrollable event. When you let this happen, you never know where any pitch will end up or, worse yet, when your pitch will drift over the plate.

When you properly manage gravity, gravity becomes the tool that’ll allow you to challenge every hitter on every pitch


Here’s the good news.

By following the process outlined at the Pro Pitching Institute, you’ll discover how to change gravity from a disruptive force into a competitive advantage. 

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Tuesday, March 19, 2019

THE ONLY WAY TO MANAGE YOUR PITCHING MOTION.


When you know how to manage gravity, your productive “recovery mode” forces your brain to bring your throwing hand through the very repeatable and extremely dominant release window other pitchers spend lifetimes “trying” to find.

You’ve dealt with this your entire life, yet it’s still stopping you from achieving your pitching dreams.

That force is gravity and it’s truly the missing link that’ll help you achieve your pitching dreams.

Since birth, gravity has governed every movement you’ve taken. No matter how you move, your brain takes your body through this 3-step, neurological cycle.

Balance

First, there’s balance.

Your brain makes sure to keep your weight centered between your feet or, when perched on one foot, between your knees.

When your weight is in balance, your body’s gravitational force is the same on all sides of your body!

Action 

Next, you make an action.

Some arm or leg action shifts your weight from center.

Recovery Mode

While in “recovery mode” …
  • Your nervous system signals your brain to immediately override your current actions and, to get your weight back to center as quickly as possible, takes complete control of your movements.
  • While your brain is busy getting your weight back to center, you feel like your actions have a life of their own.
  • You regain control of your movements and begin this process all over again only after your nervous system sends your brain an “all clear” signal.

Once recovered, you begin this process all over again.

Expect Every Pitch to Travel into Your Target

When you know how to manage gravity, your productive “recovery mode” forces your brain to bring your throwing hand through the very repeatable and extremely dominant release window other pitchers spend lifetimes “trying” to find.

Here’s the good news.

By following the process outlined at the Pro Pitching Institute, you’ll force your “recovery mode” to end in a spontaneous throwing response. Once mastered, instead of using strikes or stats to measure your results, you use your ability to deliver every fastball directly into your Catcher’s target to measure your front leg lift.

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Tuesday, March 12, 2019

An Athletic Stance Guarantees Sustainable Command

Unless you end your front leg lift with your knees shoulder width apart, you’ll always be searching for fastball command.

Whether you’re a Little League Pitcher, already pitching professionally or any level in-between, ending your front leg lift in an athletic position is one of the undeniable differences between sustainable fastball command and not knowing where your pitch is going to end up.

Every athletic event starts from an athletic position.

No matter the sport, except for pitching – we'll get into this in a second – you, like every athlete on the face of the earth, begin each play from an athletic position.
Your foot placements give you a stable foundation. When you bend your knees, you automatically center your weight between your feet. These 2 actions put you in a position to instantly do whatever you need to successfully complete the play and keep your Team close enough to win.

Poor athletic positions mean poor results.

You never end your athletic position with one foot in front of the other. Should you choose to do this, you know …
  • You wouldn’t be stable.
  • You’d use your arms to maintain your balance.
  • You couldn’t react as quickly as you need to.


An athletic position where you place your feet in front of one another means, when you make a play, the chances you’re off-balance are huge and the chances the play ends poorly is just as great.

Pitching Ready Athletic Positions.

In pitching, when perched on one foot, your knees become your foundation. Therefore, by ending your front leg lift with your knees shoulder width apart, the chances each pitch travels directly into your Catcher’s target become a given.
When, however, you end your front leg lift with your front knee even with or behind your back knee…
  • You’re unstable.
  • You use your arms to stabilize your body and
  • As a result, you never know where any one pitch is going to end up.

Here’s your bottom-line … unless you end your front leg lift with your knees shoulder width apart, you’ll always be searching for fastball command.

Here’s the good news.

By following the process outlined at the Pro Pitching Institute, you’ll end your front leg lift with your knees shoulder width apart. Once mastered, instead of using strikes or stats to measure your results, you use your ability to deliver every fastball directly into your Catcher’s target to measure your front leg lift.

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Tuesday, March 5, 2019

Throwing reflexes create superior command.


When your movements keep your core vertical into your foot plant, you can always expect your ball to travel directly into your target .

How your body works.

Once you tilt your core, your body uses your arms to bring your core back to vertical.

Two ways to move down the mound.

There are 2 ways to move down the mound…

With a tilted core.
When you move down the mound with a tilted core, you use your arms to get your core back to vertical. Once your front foot gets back on the ground, you use your arms to complete this task. Only when your core returns to an upright position can you complete your delivery. However, when you complete throwing action your throwing arm ends up working by itself. With your throwing arm working by itself, you never really know where any one pitch is going to end up.

With an upright core.
When you move down the mound with an upright core, you lose your core at foot plant. The instant your core moves from vertical a throwing action, or should we say a throwing reflex, gets your core back to upright.

Your throwing reflexes call upon your body’s self-correcting tendencies to bring your throwing hand through a very sustainable and extremely productive release window.

Here’s your bottom-line … when your movements keep your core vertical into your foot plant, you can always expect your ball to travel directly into your target. 

Here’s the good news.

The Pro Pitching Institute prioritizes the movements you need to keep your core vertical into your foot plant.  In the end, by following the process outlined at the Pro Pitching Institute, you motion ends with a sustainable throwing reflex. Once mastered, instead of using strikes or stats to measure your results, you use your ability to deliver every fastball directly into your Catcher’s target to measure your core alignment.

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Tuesday, February 26, 2019

A simple solution to better fastball command.


A simple solution to better fastball command.

Whether you’re a Little League Pitcher, a Professional Pitcher or any level in-between, between this blog and the movements presented on the Pro Pitching Institute web site, you’ll be a step closer to knowing how to use your fastball arm speed to deliver more pitches directly into your target.

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Improve your performance.

You take the ball, get your sign, expect your pitch to go where you want, but, more often than not, you miss your location and, to properly catch each pitch, you force your Catcher to move his glove?

Then, every once in a while, when you see your Catcher's mitt drift over the plate, you quietly pray the hitter doesn't do too much damage?

Stick around and you’re going to discover the 2 reasons this happens and the one solution that’ll give you complete control over where your ball ends up.

How do you use your throwing arm?

Here’s your bottom-line … the longer you use your throwing arm for balance, the less likely you are to see your ball end up where you want.

You can tell when you're going to use your throwing arm for balance and can't predict with any certainty where your next pitch will end up when, before your front foot even comes off the ground, 

#1 … you begin with your back knee over your back foot
or
#2 … you begin with your back knee ahead of your back foot.

It's that simple and, even better news, the solution is just as simple.

Use your lower body to throw.

You keep your throwing arm free to respond to your lower body and will see a large ratio of pitches end up where you want when you begin with your back knee in front of and to the second base side of your back foot.

This blog and the Pro Pitching Institute web site combine to tell you how to permanently begin each motion with your back knee to the second base side of your back foot.

More importantly, by fixing your initial back-knee position, you’ll experience the dominant fastball command needed to attract next-level attention. 

Here’s the good news about improving your fastball command.

The Pro Pitching Institute prioritizes the important aspects of your motion while ignoring the less relevant things.  In the end, by following the process outlined at the Pro Pitching Institute, you motion looks like the one you originally visualized, but, instead of using strikes or stats to measure your results, you use your ability to deliver every fastball directly into your Catcher’s target.

Tell a friend! Have a friend struggling with their fastball command? Make sure to tell them about the Pro Pitching Institute.

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