How Each Pitcher Creates (or Loses) Velocity Differently
Written on November 25, 2012 at 5:25 pm, by Eric Cressey
If you’ve read my baseball content on this website for any length of time, you’ve surely noticed that I’m a firm believer that no two pitchers are built exactly the same. Rather, they all develop velocity via different combinations of athletic qualities – or miss out on velocity gains because they don’t possess some of these qualities.
To that end, a while back, I gave a presentation down in Texas to a group of a few hundred pitching coaches on this very topic, and it’s now being released. Check it out:
Pitching Whip: What it is and How to Get it
Both electronic versions and DVDs are available, but only for a short time – and at the current 75% off discount. So, don’t delay; check it out here now.
Also, on a related note, for those who don’t know that I publish a free baseball-specific newsletter, you can subscribe to it in the opt-in box below (you’ll receive a free copy of the Cressey Performance Post-Throwing Stretches, too):