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Youth Pitching: Using the 40:30:30 Ratio for Nutrition

As parents of youth pitchers, understanding the importance of nutrition for young athletes can be difficult. With all manner of diets and opinions, knowing which is the right choice for keeping your son’s energy up and performance high on game day can become overwhelming. Today, we will look at 40:30:30 nutritional guidelines for youth pitchers.

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Ideal Set Position

Proper set position is one of the keys to success for young pitchers. It helps with balance, control, and performance on the mound. An ideal set position will make you more effective when throwing and improve how hitters view and respond to you as a pitcher. When it comes to youth pitching, proper training and

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Towel Drills for Mechanical Efficiency & Pitching Velocity

If you want to improve pitching performance like pitching velocity and control, it’s essential to train your body for efficient mechanics and functional strength. One cross-specific training method for both mechanics and strength is the towel drill. We’ve found that towel drills are a really effective tool for all pitchers to use in deep training.

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Pitching Lessons: Pitch Grip Basics for Youth Players

There are many pitching lessons young players need to learn. Knowing the basics allows players to have building blocks they can use later as they learn and grow. One thing that is really important for young players is to learn how to properly grip a baseball. You might be surprised, but a lot of players

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Youth Pitching: Improving Timing for Success

Timing is an essential mechanical variable for pitchers. Youth pitching athletes need to hone their timing and make sure it is fast enough for performance. There are many ways to improve timing through lessons and practice. In this article, we’ll discuss pitching timing and some key things to know.  For a comprehensive program for your

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Pitching Lessons to Create a Good Energy Angle

There are many key parts of good pitching delivery. One important part is creating a good energy angle from first movement to maximum leg lift. Decades of research indicate that energy angle is essential for forward momentum. Players can improve their energy angle through pitching lessons from our experts for better mechanics. If your player

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