Tag Archives: Pitching Arm Injuries

5 Preseason Tips For Young Pitchers

Is TMI (Too Much Information) ruining your pitchers? This time of the year can often make or break a pitcher’s whole season. Young pitchers can often feel out of sync and lost while trying to get their velocity and command back. 5 Preseason Tips For Young Pitchers To Keep It Simple. Get in shape.  Sounds […]

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Throwing Drills Don’t Always Translate to Pitching Skills

What pitching drills should I be doing? Answer:  If the drill does NOT specifically help with a pitching skill you are wasting your time. Pitching is a fine motor skill that takes total body coordination to accomplish. That means it starts with your feet and ends at your finger tips at pitch release and follow […]

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3 Biggest Pitcher Training Myths

Are You Guilty of Falling for any these Pitching Training Myths? Extreme Long Toss Long Distance Conditioning Mental Gimmicks and Tricks Let’s break them down one by one. Today it’s… Extreme Long Toss. This one absolutely amazes me. The question I ask every pitcher or coach is why? I usually get, it adds velocity or […]

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How to Recover Faster with a Pitching Post Game Routine

Do You have a Post Game Routine? 3+ Minute Video on the Importance of a Post Game Routine   Download Free Checklist Here PostGameRoutineChecklist5by8Final Click on Image to enlarge.             Time to get to work. The Off Season is where Champions are made.

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Preseason and In Season Pitching Practice Plans

Over the last year I have worked with over 200 Pitchers and Coaches through Pitching Habits.com to develop Preseason and In Season Throwing Programs. It has been an amazing experience getting to know all of you. The one problem I have had is trying to help everyone individually. For some reason 24 hours a day […]

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High School Starting Pitchers Throwing Schedule

Opening Day is  here.  Are you fired up yet? I received a great email question about setting up your starting rotation’s throwing schedule or plan. This is what I recommend to my pitchers and coaches. All throwing sessions should start with a 5 mins of light jogging and a Dynamic/ Static Stretching Warm Up Routine. […]

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It’s Time!! 2012 High School Baseball

The Countdown is Over! High School Baseball season is here. Are YOU Ready? Tryouts can be tough. Just be yourself. Do what you do best.  Leave it all on the field. Just be careful, if you haven’t been throwing take it slow. This is the time of year when a lot of young pitchers ruin their […]

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Weeks 7 & 8 Of Your Pre-Season Throwing Program

Baseball Season is less than 2 weeks away… ARE YOU READY? Hopefully you have been throwing for at least a few weeks by now. If you haven’t, Please take it slow, don’t ruin your whole career before it even gets started. Now you finally get to throw some game speed pitches.  Try to throw  on […]

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Week 4 of Pre-Season Throwing Program

33 Days and Counting! It’s time to start getting in the Baseball Mindset.  Your arm should start feeling pretty good. Great time to work on your mechanics and any new pitch grips. Make sure to be patient and get all your throwing in. Repeat last week.  Your arm will thank you later.

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Weeks 3 and 4 of Your Pre-Season Throwing Program

Final a little Mound Time! In weeks 3 and 4 we are going to mix in a little mound time. Make sure that it is truly only at 60%.  Take your time to get the feel of throwing off a mound again. By throwing off the mound 2 times a week for the next 2 […]

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