Wanted to shed some light on a breakdown within the pitching delivery that doesn’t get discussed a whole lot. The video you will see below will elaborate on the concept of poor cervical rotation can sometimes lead to an aggressive premature trunk rotation and sometimes even a glove side flyout.

The body is extremely efficient at compensating for lack of movement capacity. In this case it’s cervical rotation and a compensation for rotation of the front side. Below you will see a breakdown video as well as a Mechanical Screen highlighting this concept.

But first, if you’re someone interested in developing efficient throwing velocity I’d encourage you to explore my newest ebook option Velocity Development that includes how to best go about optimizing your pitching mechanics to achieve your pitching goals.

If you want personalized 1 on 1 feedback of your pitching mechanics like you will see in the video below I’d encourage you to explore the option of signing up for a Mechanical Analysis.

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Now I’ll preview a Mechanical Analysis client who could potentially be looking at this breakdown in the future.







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