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National Pitching – Tom House Program
Offering a Pitching Program, Not a Lesson
At National Pitching, we offer advanced, scientifically proven instruction and training for baseball players, coaches, and organizations. We help pitchers increase velocity and functional strength by eliminating mechanical inefficiencies so players can reduce their risk of injuries and develop their skills.
These fundamentals help pitchers of all skill levels improve their game and pitch faster, harder, and with higher levels of accuracy. Our National Pitching program helps players reduce their risk of injury from improper mechanics and poor conditioning.
The National Pitching program is the only training program certified by the Institutional Review Board (IRB). The IRB includes orthopedic doctors, sports physiologists, kinesiologists, nutritionists, sports psychologists, and other specialists who evaluate, monitor, and approve the Tom House program studies and processes.
At National Pitching, we don’t just offer lessons, we offer a comprehensive program to help athletes be the best they can be. Our pitching program is based on health, science, and biomechanical studies to help players get results. Our National Pitching program gives you the tools you need to take control of your progress as a pitcher. From diet guidelines to take-home workouts, we are here to help athletes see progress and develop skills for years to come. We also help our athletes of all ages learn to keep a positive mindset for success in the game and in life. Our Tom House program coaches are here to make a difference on and off the field.
Ready to get started? Contact your nearest NPA regional director or sign up for your online membership today to start the National Pitching program.
Tom House is considered by many to be the “father of modern pitching mechanics.” He is the founder of The Rod Dedeaux Research and Baseball Institute (RDRBI) and The National Pitching Association (NPA). The RDRBI and NPA are renowned for their health and performance research and development involving three-dimensional analysis of human movement, physical preparation and training to support rotational athletes in movement, identifying the metabolic requirements of proper nutrition to fuel human activity, and mentoring athletes’ competition with mental/emotional management skills.
He is also an advisor with the American Sports Medicine Institute, the Titleist Performance Institute, and gives seminars for the American College of Sports Medicine. Tom has also worked with NFL quarterbacks Drew Brees, Tom Brady, Alex Smith, Carson Palmer, Matt Cassell and Terrelle Pryor.