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A look at how hand size and intent affect a pitchers ability to throw quality change ups and some alternative change up options for young and old throwers alike.
YOUTH PLAYERS: Should you be throwing a two finger or three finger fastball? Baseball Rebellion’s Director of Throwing, Kyle Wormington investigates.
Everyone knows that arm health and velocity are two important factors for all ball players, but too often we only reference them from the pitcher’s perspective
Zack Littell of the Minnesota Twins sits down with BR to talk about the mental game of pitching as well as pitch sequencing and mechanics.
Many throwers tend to start their drive phase too early, causing early extension of the back hip. This can push the torso forward, disconnecting the timing and position of the arm.
Looking for online pitching instruction this off-season? Sign up today for online pitching lessons with BR Director of Pitching, Kyle Wormington.
Check out three reasons why you should have your players doing pull down throws and how it can help increase their arm strength.
Becoming an Elite Pitcher You’ve been dominating with your fastball and change-up, and maybe you’ve even added an additional pitch or two by now. At this point, you’ve dedicated countless…
If you think you’ve mastered the mechanics of pitching and you’re trying to decide what the next steps should be, look no further! Are you thinking of adding a new…
Whether a pitcher is attending weekly pitching lessons or monthly pitching lessons, what she does outside of her instruction times will ultimately determine how quickly she improves. The instruction that…
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……
Picture This: The count is two balls and two strikes. There are runners on the corners. During the top of the seventh inning, your team tied the game with an…