Are you coaching a pitcher who's having trouble finding the strike zone?
Consistently falling behind in the count?
Giving up too many free passes to first?
If you answered yes to any of those questions... then please listen up. This could be the most important thing you read all season.
Here's The Truth
Velocity is great. It's fun and exciting to see a young kid throwing gas.
But training your pitchers how to LOCATE their pitches is BY FAR the most important ingredient to their success.
Kids who can throw hard, but lack control and consistency won't help your team win right now. And they won't advance to pitch at the next level.
But if a kid can hit his spots and consistently command his pitches...
That's The Difference Between Being a Pitcher and a "Thrower"
Of course... developing that control takes hard work.
You need fundamentally sound mechanics to control your alignment and get to a consistent release point.
And you need the right drillwork to practice those mechanics, build muscle memory, and deliver the goods at game time.
But Here's The Problem
If you're like most coaches, you simply don't have time to attend clinics, read pitching books or hire a private instructor.
What you need is a boiled down, step by step path to success. Something that eliminates the guesswork and makes it fun and easy to practice.
That's why we created this new Skill Development Plan.
Video Drill #1:
Knee Pattern Drill
Learn how to isolate the upper body, create torque through the midsection, and reach directly to the target
Video Drill #2:
Builds strength in the back leg and shoulder, for stunning velocity and precision on every pitch
Video Drill #3:
Creates superior muscle memory in the lower body and core, for better balance and control on the mound
Video Drill #4:
Lift to Balance Drill
Teaches your pitchers to bring the lead leg as high as possible, while keeping the head over the pivot foot and driving strongly toward the plate
Video Drill #5:
Glide to Stride Drill
Reinforces a smooth, fluid pitching motion, while preventing your kids from "forward leaking", or "premature leg kick"