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Rhythmic Stabilizations: Where Should You “Feel” Them?

Written on August 16, 2016 at 10:44 am, by Eric Cressey

Here's a question I recently received from a reader:

Q: I've been training a couple college guys this month before they go back to school and I had a few questions regarding rhythmic stabilizations. I started implementing them with my pitchers recently and they say they don't feel anything. Should they be? Is there any extra coaching points I'm missing here? Thanks for your time.

A: This video!

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2 Responses to “Rhythmic Stabilizations: Where Should You “Feel” Them?”

  1. Christian Bosse Says:

    Hey Eric,

    I like the article and your always valuable advice! I have recommended this article in my article recommendation for last week http://christianbosse.com/article-recommendations-week-33-2016/

    Keep up the great work,

  2. Eric Cressey Says:

    Thanks, Christian!

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