Articles: Pitching Methodology:

Prowler Pull Your Way to More Velocity

Prowler Pull Your Way to More Velocity There is a common misconception that “pushing off the rubber” helps pitchers throw faster. Many pitching instructors still teach this flawed use of…

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46ft to 60ft 6in: Making The Transition

46ft to 60ft 6in: Making The Transition “My son is going to be moving back to 60’6″ and I am worried about his arm health. What is the best thing…

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Proper Front Side Pitching Mechanics

Proper Front Side Pitching Mechanics Have you ever wondered how to use the front half of your body properly through your pitching delivery? In this Baseball Rebellion article I explain the optimal way…

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Pitchers, How & Why to add an Old School Leg Kick to your Delivery

Pitchers, How & Why to add an “Old School” Leg Kick to your Delivery! There are a few points in a pitchers delivery that can be looked at as being…

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Catchers, Arm Injuries, and Throwing Runners Out!

Catchers, Arm Injuries, and Throwing Runners Out! When most people talk about throwing injuries, pitchers are the main subject. This makes sense when considering that roughly 25 percent of Major League…

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How Hard Can You Throw…How High Can You Kick?

If you were going to throw a baseball as hard as you can from a MOUND, how would you move your body? Imagine it’s a 2-2 count, the opposing teams…

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The King Of The Mound 2015: An Inagural Pitching Competition

The proudest moment in my teaching occurred Saturday January 24th, 2015 at 6:30 p.m.  Sam Whitt, a student here at I.T.S. Baseball, won our inaugural King of the Mound Tournament….

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ROM Case Study #1: The Effects of 100 Pitches at Max effort on the Throwing Shoulder

This Case Study is the only study of its kind.  Enjoy.   Introduction Today is February 11th, 2015. In the last several years, we have seen the number of throwing…

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A Great Pitcher Needs One “HEEL” Of A Landing

Once upon a time I used to have the words “ball foot to ball foot” as my screensaver on my computer. At the time, I was a freshman at George…

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Set, Pre-Set, Move! A Simple Adjustment for Improved Accuracy and Velocity

One of the easiest tricks in the book to improve both accuracy and velocity simultaneously can be found in how you come “set” out of the stretch. The more I…

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