April 8, 2018

Preulde: This video demonstrates a lot of what is discussed throughout the talking points below. It is worth noticing how the scapula moves about the rib cage to offer space for the arm to come through. Also, note how the forearm is supinated up until release, is in fl...

February 11, 2018

This 15 video goes through 12+ movement, mechanical and muscular profiles that affect how pitchers move on the mound and simple ways to asses and affect those movements in simple terms.

So much of conventional coaching and education is geared toward training the masses...

November 9, 2017

PREFACE

The preface is simply here to offer credit to the inspirations of this post- Steffan Jones, Brian Kaplan and Eric Cressey

Steffan Jones is a former professional cricket bowler and current cricket coach. He operates a site named cricketstrength.com and on that s...

July 25, 2017

This article/video compilation should serve as a prelude to a more informative post coming down the road. 

Understanding scapular function and overall performance and health of the scapulae is more complicated than just analyzing the complex itself. The scapulae move ab...

July 19, 2017

Most baseball players train to express force and train rate of force development, yet many don't actively train the ability to accept and distribute forces about the body. Ballistic trampoline rebounders and popular wrist weight exercises are two good (and well known)...

July 18, 2017

Preface

This post will discuss how biomechanics principles can translate into a simple mantra to conceptualize movement.

We use the term “immediate acceleration to terminal deceleration” as a talking point for athletes and coaches to understand the mechanisms of a pitche...

November 30, 2016

This article will address the many questions, facts and thoughts surrounding weighted balls and the mechanisms behind their success. I will also discuss their use, risk, reward, potential and practicality. I am not your doctor and you should consult with yours before d...

November 28, 2016

 Warm up and drill work should be a staple in every program one way or another. However, many coaches develop a love affair with verbal cues and mechanical verbiage. But how beneficial can that actually be? Although there is certainly a time when verbal cues are helpfu...

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