Right now, most team trainers and PT’s are feeling a disturbance in the force with the previous statement. I’m convinced that the “Sleeper Stretch” must be on the final exam for these certifications or degrees and count for 90% of your grade, because everywhere in our game, players are lined up to hit the table
On a recent Twitter post, we polled people on the following: Which is a better teach to pitchers: 1. Increase Release Point Height 2. Increase Release Point Distance 3. Do neither, leave it alone. It’s great to see the majority of coaches/players voting for increasing release point distance (distance from rubber to release) as the
Yes, it can! We recently posted a picture asking which starting position averaged 3 mph higher, A or B? Dean Doxakis@DeanDoxakisNPA Can a pitcher’s starting position have any effect on velocity? Yes, it can! Which pitcher position had a 3 mph avg increase, A or B? Share with many, the debate will be lively and
Sounds like a club that anyone can join, get an ID card and a window decal, right? But in fact, it’s one of the most respected and advanced rotational athlete training programs in the world for: baseball, softball, football, and golf. This association is led by Tom House PhD, and his highly trained directors and coaches
Recently there has been studies released on weighted baseball training in relation to safety and effectiveness. National Pitching, as a “health first” organization encourages viable, defendable, and unbiased research to ensure training programs are “health first, performance second”. The most recent study reports 24% of pitchers participating experienced some form of injury during the study.
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