pitching

  1. 5 Ways to Practice Arm Care

    5 Ways to Practice Arm Care

    Fun fact: the movement of the way a softball player pitches is technically the atomically correct way to throw a ball. It’s the reason why baseball players can only throw 90-100 pitches a game (if you’re pushing it) and softball players can pitch 100+ easily. Is that to say that you shouldn’t pitch? No, not necessarily. What it means is that if you want to pitch, and pitch for a long time, you need to take one thing serious: Arm care. Here are a few tips you can use to ensure that you are taking proper care of your arm and can help the longevity of your career.

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  2. Expanding The Strike Zone

    Expanding The Strike Zone

    Most pitchers, even the ones who throw gas, have to rely on their secondary stuff and location to get hitters out because velocity only goes so far. And good hitters can time you up after seeing a pitch or two. Odds are if you keep throwing the same pitches in predictable locations, you’re ERA is going to rise. This is where expanding the strike zone comes in handy. Not sure what that means? Don’t worry – I’ll explain.

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  3. 3 Ways to Increase Your Fastball Velocity

    3 Ways to Increase Your Fastball Velocity

    Here are 3 ways you can increase your velocity without touching weighted balls or other products that could potentially lead to injury!

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  4. Do Weighted Balls Really Increase Velocity?

    Do Weighted Balls Really Increase Velocity?

    Today in the game of baseball, velocity is everything. Or so they say. Pitchers are throwing harder than they ever have, though this may or may not be a good thing.

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