INTENT…THE GOOD THE BAD AND THE UGLY…..The SERIES Part 1 Over/Under Load… “The Good”

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Inventor of INTENT to throw and swing….. Is the tagline that I use on the setprosports Twitter site. Intent became a key element of the SETPRO training philosophy. More and more baseball training practitioners are creating training programs using their interpretation of intent. But how many really understand the benefits and pitfalls of intent? I’ve embarked on this series of …

Linear Throwing….

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Some of you may be familiar with hitting discussions (arguments) as to the merits of rotational hitting versus linear hitting, i.e. rotating the hands (bat) to the ball versus extending the hands (bat) to the ball. Throwing has the same issue but is rarely discussed or even acknowledged. That’s because unknowingly most instruction creates linear pitchers. Why is this so? …

Pitching Skill versus Throwing Ability…

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Pitching Skill versus Throwing Ability, Understanding the Difference Can Make or Break Your Baseball Career. A commentary on issues such as the use of weighted baseballs, flat-ground, long-toss or other non-mound training components. Where to Begin?? What pitchers should or should not do with respect to training seems that times to be more confused and that times controversial than ever. …