The Robby Blog
Today I’ll talk about a self proclaimed theory that glove arm aggression could potentially be leading to the bodies misdirection within the drive phase of the pitching delivery
Today I'll preview a mechanical analysis with a recent client and show how we discovered mechanical efficiency in his long toss.
Today I want to talk about what I mean when I say “late acceleration” or even just the terminology I use often in optimizing the pitching delivery.
A general misconception that i’ve heard a lot lately is that throwers should ALL throw a certain way and today I want to dive a bit deeper into this concept by doing a breakdown on Tampa Bay Pitcher Nick Anderson
Everyone wants to throw the baseball harder.. faster.. and rightfully so. But what does your work look like? Are you intentional about your velocity development?
As pitchers we must do everything and anything to gain an edge over the hitters attempt to beat us. This includes trying to find out what they’re seeing against you.
Why I could throw the ball 400+ feet as well as 100 MPH on a Pulldown but couldn’t break 92-93 on the mound? This is a good example of a common mechanical breakdown on the mound.
Today we'll take a look at how I personally attack an athlete (pitcher) that has an arm path deficiency which is common among youth athletes.
Today I will break down specific drills that I use to segment my arm path and get it more biomechanically efficient
Wanted to bring a preview of what my mechanical analysis service looks like first hand. Designed to identify any deficiencies that are limiting you from reaching your pitching goals and figuring out ways to solve them.
Today we're going to break down the trail leg and how we can spot an efficient pattern by the way it moves.
Well what the heck.. We all know that Velocity is an absolute must in order to be a good Pitcher, right!?... If we know that then why is the MLB ERA Leader averaging 90 MPH on his Fastball? Shouldn't he not be doing good? Actually, shouldn't he not have a job...
Breaking down the drastic changes Lucas Giolito made in his Arm Path and how that’s led him to be an All-Star
Today we’ll be talking about optimizing velocity by essentially delaying rotation of the hips and building up that “torque” as we go to throw
I'm literally going to "Geek-Out" so flipping hard on this one.. It's gonna get weird. Put your thinking cap on. Oh man... Where do I even start with this one. I guess it's only appropriate to start this by saying Baseball is a beautiful game. It truly is...
Sonny Gray’s curveball and slider were a big reason he broke out in the 2019 MLB Season.. let’s take a look.
View a Breakdown on one of my good buddies Tyler Glasnow and listen from the man himself on his evolution as a Pitcher.
How can we instill better throwing mechanics? We have all of these baseball tools these days but how do we know which ones to use? Lets talk about it.
I'm not going to lie.. I've been really looking forward to doing this one ever since I saw Chris Paddack pitch in Spring Training. It's funny because I just really wanted to do a breakdown on him because: A) The dude rocks Stirrups like an absolute G (I, too, am a...
I wanted to do a breakdown on German Marquez because the dude almost just threw a No-Hitter and I don’t believe it was a fluke. After the All-Star game last year Marquez dominated. That says a lot too knowing that he pitches in Colorado. In 14 starts after the...
Have to highlight my boy Luke Weaver here from his outing the other night facing one of the games best.. and richest players. You’ll notice that Weaver makes a lot of quality pitches against Machado in his first AB but Machado ends up taking a 2-2 FB Away over the...