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Dr. Josh Heenan and I hop on Twitter spaces to chat all things training, the future of scouting MLB talent + genetic makeup, and much more
Got some big time news pertaining to my future plans in the game of baseball and how we’re planning on changing the game this season
I just released my newest eBook for Pitching Mechanics. Click the button below to purchase today! Here is a sneak peak. Seeking complete optimization of Pitching Mechanics to improve health, increase velocity, and command pitches better? Look no further. Throughout my...
Wait..what..? Vulcan Splangeup..? Well shoot I'm running out of names to call these pitches! But you got to check this puppy out!
ROBBY ROWLAND gives us an inside look at his new "Slurve" pitch that blends together a Slider and a Curveball. Check it out..
On this episode we’ll be taking a deep dive into my performance from this past Winterball Season.
On this episode Robby Rowland breaks down his entire 2021 and talks about his personal journey throughout the entire calendar year
Certified FRC Mobility Specialist Robby Rowland dives into the world of Mobility Training providing coaching, routines, exercises, and more
Robby Rowland explains how he throws his recently discovered "Splange" in this pitch grip breakdown consisting of grip, cues, and more.
Robby Rowland talks about how his dream of being in the lineup during a professional baseball game came true last night
On today’s episode of The Robby Row Show Baseball Podcast we’ll be diving back into the Mental Game of Baseball to talk about regaining lost confidence.
Robby Rowland brings you an up close and personal look to everyday life of a professional baseball player playing winterball in Puerto Rico
Robby Rowland takes you inside some of his Off-Season days to give you a glimpse to his everyday life outside of the baseball season
Lexington Vlog 2020 My Return To The Game I Love Lexington Vlog Playlist View Lexington Vlogs on YouTube Episode 1 - "The Return" What a Day! Words can't even describe the emotions to be honest.. The amount of support has been unreal and I can't thank...
Robby Rowland brings you an up close and personal look to everyday life of a professional baseball player playing winterball in Puerto Rico
Robby Rowland Vlogs the entire 2021 Independent Baseball Season that features all the ups and downs of playing this beautiful game
4 Him Glove Company unboxing, glove review, discount code, and break in tutorial by Robby Rowland. 4 Him Glove Company is a faith centered..
Robby Rowland gives his take on the new Arm Action Mechanics Training Tool "pocket path" by PFA Baseball's Dave Coggin
Here you will find a majority of the Drill Progressions I like to incorporate for my athletes to create awareness for efficient movements
Let's talk about my SPLITTER grip today. When this pitch is on it's my best secondary pitch.. when it's not.. I don't even throw it lol.
Talking about a valuable piece towards pitching performance when it comes to in-game thought process and breathing on the mound
Today we'll take a look at my recently discovered spike curveball grip along with plenty of video and pitch data metrics.
Today i’ll be reviewing the fitness/sleep trackers that I personally use consisting of WHOOP, Oura Ring, FitBit, and The Apple Watch
Today’s episode will feature insight from Dr. Heenan and myself regarding mental performance, mindset, mechanical breakdowns, in season training, and much more.
How can we as athletes utilize “self talk/inner dialogue” to maximize our performance potential? Let’s find out..
Today on The Robby Row Show Baseball Podcast I’ll be covering the popular topic of “recovery” within the realm of baseball performance
This Podcast Episode is going to be about an experience I recently had in Winterball that inspired me to talk about simplifying our focus during performance
Today’s episode I’ll be doing a full breakdown of my pitching mechanics and highlight what I’m trying to accomplish within my delivery
Talking to TJ Rivera and Brett Rodriguez about all things hitting approaches + hitting routines from the physical and mental side
In today’s episode of The Robby Row Show Baseball Podcast Robby Rowland will be diving into physical and mental pitching preparation
Super small sample size of a theory on how to potentially increase your spin rate on a 4-Seam Fastball by way of gripping the baseball.
I would consider Jeremy Maschino to be my Pitch Data Consultant and today he returns to The Robby Row Show Baseball Podcast
Robby Rowland talks about everything that goes into his Pitch Design days including using a Rapsodo and high speed camera
How do you deal with failure when you know you're better than what your performance has shown?
Thoughts on Starting The Back Foot/Leg Slightly Internally Rotated To Increase Separation?
Taking a look at the Pitching Mechanics of Brewers Pitcher Brandon Woodruff who I believe to be one of the most underrated starting pitchers
Breaking down the pitching mechanics of Clayton Kershaw
Here I'll breakdown everything you need to know about my long toss throwing program including videos of what my long toss looks like and instruction.
In this episode of The Robby Row Show Podcast I will talk about everything I learned in this past season as well as a process of improvement
Garrett Crochet bursts onto the scene of Major League Baseball having not thrown a pitch in the Minor Leagues. Lets breakdown his mechanics.
Today we’ll be diving into the pitching mechanics of Yu Darvish highlighting his ability to sequence his body to produce high velocity
Robby Rowland breaks down the extremely efficient pitching mechanics of the games best pitcher in Jacob deGrom
Today Robby Rowland breaks down the pitching mechanics of Milwaukee Brewers All-Star Pitcher Josh Hader and how he's able to be so dominant
Robby Rowland breaks down the pitching mechanics of Tampa Bay Rays phenom pitcher Tyler Glasnow and how he's able to throw 100 MPH
In this Q&A segment Robby Rowland answers the question, "What Should My Off-Season Throwing Volume Look Like?"
In this Q&A segment Robby Rowland answers the question, "How Do I Find The Killer Instinct Before I Pitch In A Game?"
In this Q&A segment Robby Rowland answers the question, "What Do I Need To Do To Not Throw Balls In The Dirt?"
In this Q&A segment Robby Rowland answers the question, "What Mechanical Breakdown Loses The Most Pitching Velocity?"
In this Q&A segment Robby Rowland answers the question, "Are J-Bands and Plyo Balls Before A Start A Good Idea?"
In this Q&A segment Robby Rowland answers the question, "Should I Play Multiple Sports or Just Stick To Baseball?"
In this Q&A segment Robby Rowland answers the question, "What's Better Between A Long Arm Action and A Short Arm Action?"
We all know how big a role “confidence” plays in the game of baseball. The question then becomes how do we obtain confidence?
Notice the simplicity of Lucas Giolito and Shane Bieber’s Arm Action and how it leads to a number of efficient moves in their delivery
Robby Rowland takes you inside his routine on a typical Start Day that consists of what he does for throwing heading into an outing
Previewing a Mechanical Analysis I did with an Outfielder showcasing efficient throwing mechanics and organization to increase power output
Robby Rowland breaks down game footage from his personal outings to talk about pitch sequencing, pitch execution, reading hitters, and much more!
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As the great Billy Chapel said, “Clear The Mechanism.” Every athlete probably knows what that means but how the heck do we obtain it?
By far one of the most popular questions that I get from youth pitchers is, "How hard should I be throwing at ___ years old?" I get it.. you want to know.
We'll be taking a look at Los Angeles Dodgers phenom pitcher Dustin May and breaking down what he does in his mechanics that allows him to throw 100 MPH
Ever wonder what really goes on in the life of a professional baseball player throughout the course of a season? I gotchu! Welcome to The Robby Row Show Vlog!
As athlete’s we’re always going to be faced with a ton of pressure to perform which means we’re likely to deal with doubts.. here’s how I tackle self doubt
Here’s a full timetable of my injury I suffered in 2018 as well as the comeback journey up until this point.
Robby Rowland gives a full description of who Robby Rowland is and why he’s built everything you see from him on the internet. Hear his story
After years of observation this particular series of moves are the single most important aspects of throwing velocity that the games best do extremely well
Robby Rowland bullpen on July 9, 2020 using Rapsodo to measure pitch data metrics as well as slow motion camera to capture pitch design
I will simply be sharing a recent theory of mine in regards to self identifying what you need to do in order to optimize your pitching mechanics
Breaking down the simple system I developed when looking at a baseline for optimal pitching mechanics and how this can be beneficial for development
Was watching video on David Price and stumbled upon some pretty drastic differences in his mechanics when looking at his 2008 year compared to 2020
Robby Rowland breaks down his personal warmup routines that he uses each and everyday before he touches a baseball
This is a simple drill but highly effective in working towards optimizing the hand path after separation.
This will serve as a preview of everything that is included when signing up for my Pitching Mechanics Analysis Service. Book yours today!
I believe any type of screening of a delivery should start with the drive foot. Why? What's connected to the earth when we leg lift?
Breaking down the pitching mechanics of two of the games young promising pitchers, Josh Staumont and Hunter Greene, who both throw 100 MPH
Everyone wants to improve their pitching mechanics. We live in a generation of private pitching instruction at a young age. So let's talk about the process.
I want to provide a breakdown of how I approach in-person pitching lessons.
Talking about a mechanical breakdown in which the pitcher will raise his hips during his drive instead of sinking down with the slope
A lot of people want to know if I also work with position players when it comes to throwing mechanics. This breakdown will show a preview of just that.
Today I'm going to be breaking down my Slider. I'll be elaborating on the specific grip I use when throwing the slider as well as some cues.
We will go over the major components of the drive leg during the pitching mechanics and how to efficiently maximize velocity
Breaking down hip rotation within the pitching delivery and how I believe optimizing hip rotation is a key to unlocking authentic hip shoulder separation
drill progression that could help with providing the specific feeling we want as throwers to maximize hip shoulder separation
Breaking down the efficient use of the glove side within the pitching mechanics.
Today we'll take a look at a common deficiency within the Pitching delivery in what I would call "Arm Drag" and why it's important to identify.
Will be breaking down the concept of Effortless Velocity and how to best go about obtaining it through efficient pitching mechanics
Breaking down the pitchiing mechanics of a highly effective pitcher and how the internal rotation of the hip dictates heel disconnection
We're going to take a look at a breakdown in the pitching mechanics that I see a lot of youth pitchers struggle with due to past coaching.
Talking about acceleration into drive phase with the implementation of forward momentum during the initial move of the delivery
Here's a simple drill progression that I will program for guys that need to create some freedom in their throwing mechanics.
Breaking down the concept of "authentic" and "unauthentic" drive leg stability and how that applies to pitching velocity.
Product review and breakdown of the Perfect Throw Trainer by Revolution Throwing. This tool will provide good feedback for your arm path.
In episode 95 of The Robby Row Show Podcast i’m joined by owner and founder of Trosky Baseball, Nate Trosky.
In episode 94 of The Robby Row Show Podcast I am joined by seasoned Robby Row Show Podcast veteran Casey Smith also known as Out Front Hitting
Previewing a Mechanical Analysis Client and the unique case in which the athlete isn’t able to unlock movement capacity in his delivery
In episode 93 of The Robby Row Show Podcast I am joined by fellow beard brother Bobby Patton. Listen in as we dive into all things baseball instruction
Highlighting exactly what is in my baseball bag
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Breaking down the lead leg block within the pitching mechanics and how I personally believe that an efficient lead leg block occurs naturally
Jeremy Maschino and I dive into all things pitch data metrics to give you a baseline understanding of the dynamic that is new age baseball data analytics.
February 7 throwing session all by myself featuring long toss and pulldowns
breaking down the mechanics of Mike Clevinger and a mechanical change that aided in a velo jump
Breaking down the pitching mechanics of Los Angeles Dodgers reliever Joe Kelly
Answering the question of "how come I can long toss at a great distance but when I get on a mound I can't throw hard?"
Talking about the dynamic of being uncomfortable in games and using the opportunity to take advantage of learning about yourself
Diving into why mechanics change in games, consistent movement on 4 and 2 seam fastballs, and more
After getting lots of questions about home workouts i'm now going to showcase my home training sessions in my backyard facility
Talking about the importance of the Hip Hinge within the Pitching Delivery
Today I will breakdown my Changeup and show you exactly how I grip the pitch.
Answering the burning question of how do we get our throwing in during this time of social distancing and the corona virus pandemic
I’ll be comparing and reviewing The Pitch Logic Baseball By F5 Sports. In this review you’ll see the Pitch Logic Ball compared to a Rapsodo Pitching Unit
Comparing the pitch data metrics of The Diamond Kinetics Pitch Tracker to the Rapsodo Pitching Unit 2.0 and reviewing the DK Ball
Answering the question of, "How can a catcher help his pitching staff?"
It took awhile but finally got my dad, former Major League Catcher, to agree in doing a segment on the relationship between the Pitcher and Catcher
Today's question is, "What is velocity more about? Strength or Pitching Mechanics?" Let's dive in!
Answering the question of "Is there a difference in velocity between the pitching mound and flat ground?" Let's dive in!
In today's FAQ I answer the question of "how do you be more consistent with your pitches?" Find a full video breakdown talking about consistency
Today's FAQ is "How much does Velocity actually matter?" Let's dive in..
In episode 14 of “If It’s Fair, It’s Gone” a podcast hosted by Robby Rowland + Jack Flaherty, we’ll talk about what in the heck we do during corona madness
Breaking down the question of "Should I grip the ball loose or tight?" This changes when talking about different pitch types but focusing on fastball velo
Taking a look at the dynamic of facing Velocity Plateaus and some of the things to maybe consider if you're stuck in this rut
Talking about finding your ideal pitching mechanics and the responsibility of doing so to better your development
Breaking down how to effectively control the running game while you’re pitching with guys on base but still executing quality pitches
In this edition of Robby Rowland's pitch breakdowns we'll be taking a look at the Cutter and breaking down the pitch grip as well as the data behind it.
In this edition of Pitching Talks i’ll breakdown what it’s like to face the dynamic of not being able to quiet your mind during games while pitching
Q&A Podcast #8 – Curveball Efficiency, Should You Do Driveline, Velo Reads on a Budget, Fear, + Cut FB’s
On this edition of Q&A’s on The Robby Row Show Podcast we’ll talk about velo reads on a budget, dealing with fear, CB efficiency, Driveline, and cut FB’s.
Breaking down the pitching mechanics of Toronto Blue Jays phenom pitcher Nate Pearson who throws upwards to 100 MPH
Breaking down the pitching mechanics of Brady Singer and Justin Verlander showing commonalities from both
Breaking down the lower half mechanics of New York Mets Pitcher Jeurys Familia and how he's able to throw at high velocities
Breaking down Chicago White Sox flame thrower Michael Kopech and what he does extremely well in his pitching mechanics
On episode 13 of If It’s Fair, It’s Gone featuring Jack Flaherty + Robby Rowland NBA All Star Weekend is discussed as well as some Q&A’s for Jack
Today I'll discuss one of the many throwing drills I like to use with a Connection Ball
Robby Rowland discusses the interesting dynamic that is simply throwing harder and really how he is now throwing harder than he was before
The Robby Row Show Podcast “If it’s Fair, It’s Gone” Edition with Jack Flaherty Episode 12. Today we’ll talk all about the man who inspired us all, Kobe.
Here you will find all the content you’ll ever need to get an idea of how a Starting Pitcher goes about his weekly routine
I’m going to take you through my weighted baseball routine and how I utilize these to establish authentic throwing mechanics
Today I’ll review the Tap Baseball Training Sock, a tool that will allow you to throw indoors or when you don’t have a partner!
Today I'll breakdown a drill that could be used if the athlete is struggling with really feeling efficient ground connection
Today I will breakdown a simple throwing drill that could provide good feedback if you're somebody working on cleaning up your arm and hand path
Today I'll breakdown a drill that could potentially help aid in developing a cleaner and more efficient arm/hand path
Today I'll breakdown a simple drill that you can incorporate to feel more activation and engagement from your drive leg
Today I'll breakdown a constraint drill that could potentially help a pitcher transfer more ground force energy without any leaks to produce more velocity
Today Dr. Heenan and I will look at some really important dynamics to consider when evaluating the pitching mechanics.
"How Often Should I Throw?" - loaded question so let's take about 15 minutes talking about it.
Robby Rowland shows you what he typically will do after he is done throwing. This routine will sometimes vary but consisting of similar exercises
Today I’ll bring you in on a lesson in which I talk about the importance of setting sights as a pitcher and how that simple adjustment can make the world of difference.
In this podcast I talk about my decision to turn pro at 18 instead of going to the University of Oregon on a baseball scholarship
Here’s a breakdown of everything Robby Rowland uses for content creation and podcasting. All the equipment that I use to make everything you see from me.
In this episode of The Robby Row Show Podcast Robby Rowland opens up about his journey struggling with the mental component of being a pitcher
Struggle with knowing what to do when you’re stuck having to warmup and throw indoors? Here’s a preview of how I warmup while i’m indoors
In today's video I'll be long tossing with a good buddy of mine talking about how to efficiently long toss on a lighter day and not having to rely so much on arm strength to complete a task.
Let me take you inside to give you an exclusive look at what a long toss throwing session with my family looks like!
In this podcast I’ll be talking about information overload and how sometimes seeking out a ton of information can be harmful for an athlete.
A Full one hour long throwing session with my good friend Kevin Munson both wearing microphones and talking all things pitching
Where you position your foot on the Pitchers rubber could impact how your body is moving when you throw the baseball and impact the end result
Threw my 5th Bullpen at UCSD sitting 94-96 while being mic’d up and throwing with a Rapsodo, Stalker Pro, and Pocket Radar.
Third bullpen as I begin to ramp it up even more. Increased 1 mph based on Rapsodo going from 95.1 to 96.5. Threw a 99.6 based on Diamond Kinetics ball.
Today we’ll dive into the dynamic of Velocity numbers not being where you want them, when to long toss, balancing baseball and life, and pulldown velo!
Today will be about the 3rd high intensity day being performed on flat ground getting velocity and spin readings with a diamond kinetics ball.
Taking a look at “The Rocket” Roger Clemens and what I see him do extremely well within his pitching delivery to give him great consistency and velocity
Here is a full page dedicated solely to pitching velocity. My findings on velocity, how I obtain velocity, and efficient ways to go about velocity.
In today’s training you’ll see exercises including Sumo Deadlifts, GHR, Hammer Curls, and more! Enjoy
Today I want to breakdown what I recently discovered by throwing a few bullpens utilizing rapsodo and a diamond kinetics ball in regards to velo and spin
In the 73rd Session of my training with Dr. Josh Heenan you’ll see Box Squats, Ring Pushups, Kickstand Deadlifts, and more!
In the 72nd Training Session working w/ Dr. Josh Heenan you’ll see BB Front Rack Split Squats, Bird Dog Rows, and more!
Second Bullpen post Lat surgery and not being on the mound since July 2018 I topped 95.1 MPH while using multiple different radar guns and pitch trackers.
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.
In today’s edition of Pitching Talks presented by Robby Rowland, I want to highlight the importance of reflecting on ones performance
My first bullpen since 2018! Roughly 80-90% exertion level which I sat 90-93 mph. Highlights include pocket radar and edgertronic camera.
Today i’ll talk about some “hacks” that you can perform when you’re playing baseball in extremely cold weather to hopefully make it suck a little less
In the 6th installment of The Robby Row Show Podcast Q&A we’ll dive into throwing cutters, inconsistent velocity, and returning from tommy john surgery
Here you’ll see me long toss and pulldown alone as I inch my way closer to full health!
After having talked a ton about Arm Path I want to highlight something that I would do to force my arm action to get in efficient positions rather quickly
I’m documenting my post surgery comeback to return to professional baseball. Today is session 68 of my strength training rehab.
In episode 66 of The Comeback – Training Edition – you will find exercises including 1 Arm BU KB Eccentric Squat to Box and more!
Today we'll talk about one of the more mainstream topics within the pitching industry in hip shoulder separation and ways to go about maximizing your capacity and owning that range.
Let's change the way we think about developing "pitchers" and start developing "throwers" that are athletic enough to vary throw types and accomplish the same goal.
In today’s pitching talks segment I want to further elaborate on Bullpens and how you can start to improve your pitching skills by being intentional
Today I’ll be reviewing The Big Mouth Elite Throwing Net by Bownet. I’ve been using this baseball net to get my throwing work in by myself
Today I'll present a drill that I like to do when working on force application and hip rotation usually done when I'm in my pulldown phase of my throwing session.
Really cool content here as my good friend Tyler Goodro, former professional catcher, and I talk shop while throwing a bit of a short box
Q&A Pod #5 – Mobility Affects Velo, Indy Ball, Fastball Spin, 0-2 Counts, Taking Time Off From Throwing
5th Installment of The Robby Row Show Q&A Podcast we’ll dive into Movement Capacity For Velocity, Indy Ball Leagues, and Taking Time Off From Throwing
The Reverse Lunge Throwing Drill is great to provide feedback to the athlete of force application into the ground on the back side. Let's break it down..
Ever since I did the Blog on "Long Arm" or "Short Arm" i've been getting tons of Arm Path questions so today I wanted to break it down into further detail and highlight my personal journey going from 85-95.
A topic that I would say i’m well qualified to talk about is “The Rehab Process.” Today I just want to shine some light on my personal battle with injuries and how to get the most out of the rehab process
In episode 91 of The Robby Row Show Podcast I have the honor of sitting down and chatting with Florida Baseball Ranch’s Randy Sullivan!
Been getting a lot of questions regarding the actual instruction behind my “long toss” and wanted to highlight a session where I go over some personal cues
Today I want to talk about the “0-2” Pitch. Not really discussed all too often but there’s a few nuggets that I want to dive into today that could benefit your pitching performance.
Over the course of the past decade weighted ball training has become all the big hype within the Baseball Development industry. While some hype is good, some can be bad. Today I want to give my personal opinions and feedback.
In episode 63 of The Comeback – Training Edition – you will find exercises including Heavy Bag Cossack Squats and Dual KB BU Single Leg Eccentric Squat 2 Box! Don’t miss out!
In today’s episode of The Robby Row Show Podcast i’m joined by Alan Jaeger and Dr. Josh Heenan to talk about the current rehab protocols in the game today and why it’s a good idea to take another look into them.
Today I’ll be reviewing the Tap Connector Throwing Club. A product that isn’t as “mainstream” in the industry but definitely believe in the use for certain throwers.
Today I want to talk about a good drill that I will use when I know that I'm struggling with rushing down the mound and not giving my arm enough time
Chaz Roe has one of the MLB's nastiest pitches in his Slider and today i'll breakdown the Pitch as well as show you what appears to be his slider grip!
Reviewing the “Towel Trainer” today which is the first actual product for the use of towel drills. Comes with a handle that allows for better replication of an actual throw.
Taking a look today at my boy Jack Flaherty and his 4-seam Fastball. There’s some interesting metrics to look at when breaking down the pitch
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
Q&A Pod #4 – Glove Tap, Working on Mechanics During Season, Picking a College, Gaining Weight on Budget
In today’s Q&A Podcast I will touch on topics including Glove Taps, Working on Mechanics during the Season, Picking a College, and Gaining Weight on budget
We all know Max Scherzer. We all know the things that he does extremely well to be considered one of the best Pitchers ever. Today we'll look at one of those things he does extremely well and that's his ability to throw a Slider.
For most of you who have followed me for some time you know that i'm a huge advocate for what's called "Counter Balances" and today i'll break it down
Wanted to show you guys what a typical “light day” would consist of for me. Today I’ll just be throwing plyo balls in the gym for roughly 15 minutes.
As most of you know i’m a huge advocate for throwing alone and today we’ll look at a good way for you to train in a competitive environment by yourself.
In episode 61 of Robby Row’s Comeback – Training Edition – you will find exercises including Sumo Deadlifts, 1 Arm DB Press w/ Bridge, and much more!
For those that follow me on Instagram know that I enjoy doing Q&A’s as much as possible. I wanted to create a page for all the in-depth answers to FAQ’s.
In episode 60 of The Comeback – Training Edition – you will find exercises including BB Front Squats, Loaded Pushup Holds, Bird Dog Rows, and much more!
Despite the negative rep that Long Toss gets I can't be more of an advocate for it for multiple reasons that I will cover in this blog.
Today’s session was filmed on a football field with wind howling against me and throwing uphill which makes for a great long toss + pulldowns session!
In episode 59 of The Comeback – Training Edition – you will find exercises including BB Split Squats, 3 Point Bear Crawl External Rotations, KB OH Squats, and more!
Here you will see 4 core exercises that are apart of my daily routine. These exercises are simple and can be performed essentially anywhere.
Had the honor of sitting down with my boy Jack Flaherty during the Off Season via Skype to talk about his deadly aresenal of pitches!
Many people have heard me say “rotation into front foot strike” but have no idea what it means. Wanted to break it down in this post.
Today we'll take a look at All-Star Pitcher Sonny Gray and how he throws his 2-seam Fastball or "sinker" as well as some highlights of the pitch!
What do you do if you’re someone who actually has really good arm strength and shows high velo when you play catch but it doesn’t translate to the games? Let’s dive into this interesting dynamic.
In today’s Question and Answer Podcast we’ll talk about optimal body weight for pitchers, what can you do after you throw, college recruiting, and more!
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?
Diving into the concept of Pulldowns or Run n Gun throws as well as the common breakdown of why pulldown throws can't translate to the mound
Today we’ll take a look at one of the games rising stars in Luis Castillo and what I see him do extremely well from a mechanical standpoint
Noah Syndergaard is one of the first Pitchers you think of when you think of extremely hard throwers right? Today I’ll breakdown his delivery.
The reason I put so much emphasis on Athleticism is because you need to build a strong foundation within your development and athleticism is the foundation for any elite thrower
This will be a simple plyo ball routine that I typically use when i'm in the Bullpen and expected to go into the game soon. Be sure to checkout my Plyo eBook that features ALL Drills + Routines!
Today’s throwing session will be featuring my parents and highlighting how they have helped aid in my training throughout my career
In episode 56 of The Comeback – Training Edition – you will find exercises including Split Stance BB Holds At The Bottom and KB Rollovers.
Today’s Throwing Session video includes Long Toss at about 80-90% exertion which equals about 360-400 feet for me and 80% pulldowns.
Q&A Podcast #2 will include topics ranging from Weighted Balls for Velocity Development to How important is Velocity? Enjoy!
In episode 51 of The Robby Row Show i’m joined by Diamyn Hall who is absolutely changing the way look at the mental side of Baseball! Be sure to listen!
In episode 54 of the Comeback - Training Edition - you will see Front Squats, Pull Ups, Turkish Get Ups, and Reverse Bear Crawls. Enjoy!
A popular consensus that the great Nolan Ryan once spoke on was the importance of a high leg lift, or kick, to throw hard.. But was he right?
I’ve talked highly about the usage of Bell Clubs, or otherwise known as Indian Clubs, before and today I want to show my personal routine w/ the Clubs
In episode 58 of The Robby Row Show I’m welcomed by Alan Jaeger. A man who needs no introduction but does need 3 separate episodes due to the man having so much valuable information to share!
Breaking down the pitching mechanics of All Star Pitcher Marcus Stroman including the breakdown of his hesitations and unique windup variations
Today’s throwing session includes long toss at about 70-80% exertion level that equals about 350-380 feet for me.
Episode 52 of The Robby Row Comeback Strength Training Edition!
Feel free to download this PDF I created just for you that includes a 9 Step Process in how to best Optimize Your Pitching Delivery!
Let's take a deep dive into my thoughts on how to command the baseball better.
Switching things up a bit and incorporating a Q&A style Podcast in which I take questions that I got asked over the course of a week and throw em on the Pod
I see too many guys that want certain qualities in their game but don’t put the efficient work in that’s going to improve on what they actually want to achieve.
Today’s Throwing Session will be performed by myself. I’d encourage you to checkout my “No partner, No problem” post to see the full video with commentary!
If you're somebody that often uses the excuse that you don't have anyone to throw with then this video is for you because there's always a way to get better even if you have to do it all by yourself!
Today we’ll talk about the do’s and do nots of what to do when you are playing for a Coach that you don’t like or he doesn’t like you.
Here you will find my entire (normal speed) J-Bands Routine as well as an opportunity to purchase a set of J-Bands at a discounted price!
Episode 50 of Robby Row's Comeback! Let's see what I did for Strength Training today!
In episode 89 of The Robby Row Show I’m joined by the Internets most followed Hitting Instructor in Matt Lisle. Matt and I discuss a wide array of topics including playing multiple sports growing up, being a parent of a baseball kid, translating complicated...
The positions that we get our body into during our pitching delivery matter. Lets take a look at one of my favorite drills to teach a powerful lower half pattern.
Today we'll take a look at a preset lead leg elevated drill that I like to incorporate for a couple different reasons that we'll breakdown in detail during this blog post.
Today we'll take a look at one of the best Pitchers of the modern era, Clayton Kershaw, and how he throws his Curveball and Slider.
I talk a lot about "staying connected to the ground" for Pitchers to effectively utilize their lower half in their delivery and this drill provides that feeling that we're searching for
Here you will find all of my content on The Yips including a segment discussing my journey towards curing this dang thing.
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.
This product really needs no review from me due to the fact that they are used by so many different athletes, teams, organizations, and even countries! That alone should tell you how valuable the J-Bands are when it comes to Arm Health! Below you will be able...
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Today I will highlight my brief 10 minute routine that I use when i’m in the bullpen and I need to be ready for the next inning.
In episode 88 of The Robby Row Show I’m joined by Chad Longworth. Chad and I have a fantastic conversation today ranging from his playing career and why he believed things didn’t go as planned, the importance of Data in the game of baseball today and how he believes...
Today I will break down specific drills that I use to segment my arm path and get it more biomechanically efficient
August 16th, 2019 Sessions Data Track Your Workouts FitBit I Use eBooks Available For Purchase Pitch Grip Analysis eBook Mobility Routines eBook Pitchers Warmup Routines eBook Online Pitching Coach Options Mechanical...
In this Pitching Talks segment Robby Rowland dives into the concept of visualization and how this can be extremely beneficial for execution and success
For those that do not know, I tore my Lat throwing a pitch on July 16th. Originally diagnosed with a Grade 2 Lat Strain which surgery wasn't required. After 6 1/2 months of not much progress as far as heeling goes I knew surgery was going to be the best option...
For those that do not know, I tore my Lat throwing a pitch on July 16th. Originally diagnosed with a Grade 2 Lat Strain which surgery wasn't required. After 6 1/2 months of not much progress as far as heeling goes I knew surgery was going to be the best option...
In episode 87 of The Robby Row Show I wanted to bring my listeners a Podcast in which I did with my friend Kayla Anderson on her Podcast she hosts with Gabriella DiGiovanna called Press Pass Podcast. Had a great time on their show and talked about some really...
In episode 10 of the “Bearded N The Brains” Segment we will talk with Dr. Josh Heenan about the importance behind the chinup
For those that do not know, I tore my Lat throwing a pitch on July 16th. Originally diagnosed with a Grade 2 Lat Strain which surgery wasn't required. After 6 1/2 months of not much progress as far as heeling goes I knew surgery was going to be the best option...
Today’s episode of “If It’s Fair, It’s Gone” Jack and I have a LOT to catch up on in regards to the NBA. We never got to talk about the NBA Finals so we start the show off talking about that then progress into completely diving into the NBA Free Agency Madness! Scroll...
In todays edition of "If It's Fair It's Gone" Jack and I dive in HARD to the following: Does Jack Get Nervous? Pitchers Rake Personal Offensive Predictions NCAA Tournament Best Curveballs In MLB listen on Apple Podcast...
Reviewing the popular Baseball Development Product “VPX Harness” talking about why I personally use it and the feelings that it can create for pitchers.
In episode 86 of The Robby Row Show, Josh Band, the creator of Plate Crate, joins the Podcast to talk about how just trying to make a little bit of extra money on a side hustle turned into a super successful Baseball company. Below you will find the topics of todays...
The question that I get the most of.. "How do I throw harder?" Well let's dive in..
"What can I do if my coach isn't playing me?" This was a question that got asked during yesterdays Q&A on Instagram and I couldn’t just give a 15 second answer. Such a good topic touching on the importance of foundation as well as perception. Hope this...
In episode 85 of The Robby Row Show my boy Luke Weaver joins the show for the 2nd time! Luke was my 3rd ever episode and he rejoins the show to talk about what it’s like being traded, his love for golf, hitting his 1st career big league homerun, personal...
Should you go to baseball showcases? Should you save that money to train? What to expect out of these showcases? Let's dive in.
Today I'll discuss my personal experience when it comes to attacking the offseason or attacking the winters for pitchers. Something that we don't often talk about is what should pitchers be doing when the season ends. Should we put the ball down until the next season?...
Taking a look at Yankees pitcher Domingo German and his efficient arm action that I see is a big indicator of high velocity throwers. Book your analysis today Click Here Podcasts on Pitching Mechanics Ben Brewster -...
Let’s take a look at Chris Sale’s mechanics and see what I can come up with for a breakdown.
Today I will do a breakdown on Andres Munoz who can sit 100 MPH for a full outing.
Piggy-Backing off the Brain/Body Connection segment I did the other day I wanted to highlight the importance of taking that next step in your development and really focusing on being extremely intentional with the work that you're putting in. Personally, this is where...
A lesson with one of my Clients working on setting ourselves up for success as pitchers. Obviously executing pitches makes our job a whole lot easier as pitchers but the goal is to intentionally sequence our stuff in a way that gives us the best chance of having...
Interested in saving $50 on Dr. Heenan’s 90 MPH Formula Remote Programming services? I got you..
Today I'll talk about the "Brain/Body Connection" and why I believe it to be so crucial to understand this concept as you go through your baseball development. If you want to dive further into this topic with me to help you develop a process then let's...
Today we'll breakdown Lucas Giolito's Changeup and take a look at where the pitch ranks in regards to data metrics.
In episode 84 of The Robby Row Show I am joined by former 10 year MLB Pitcher Marvin Freeman. Marvin spent time with Philadelphia, Atlanta, Colorado, and Chicago. Has 2 World Series Rings both with the Atlanta Braves during the Maddux, Glavine, Smoltz years....
Here I will take you through a few of my mobility routines.
In episode 83 of The Robby Row Show I’m joined by Tyler Anzmann. Tyler is a current professional Baseball player as well as owner and founder of Tyler Anzmann Performance. Tyler earned his B.S. from Stevenson University and is a CSCS through the NSCA. Dive into...
Gerrit Cole is the hardest throwing Starting Pitcher in the game today. What allows him to throw with such high velocity? Lets break it down.
"How do I go about locking in mentally for a game?" Today I'll touch on how to go about getting Mentally Locked In for a game. The biggest thing to take from this talk is, again, everyone is going to be different in how they go about this process. As you'll...
Here’s a clip of teaching one of my clients efficient pitch sequencing given the particular at bat. How can we as Pitchers set ourselves up for success?
As a youth thrower I encourage my guys to keep the foot on the gas pedal with every pitch. Here’s an example of the change in mindset that can occur.
Today we'll talk about why I personally believe so heavily in the implementation of Bell Clubs or otherwise known as Indian Clubs within Baseball
Taking a look here at Royals pitcher Brad Keller who throws a "One Seam Fastball"
"How do I manage pitching to my strengths but also the hitters weakness?" Today I'll touch on the ever so popular Pitching topic of Pitching to our strengths and/or pitching to the hitters weaknesses. There's obviously a ton of "fine lines" when discussing a...
When Strasburg first came into the league everyone knew him as the kid with the electric arm and devastating curveball.. now the hype is in his changeup!
Robby Rowland breaks down the pitching mechanics of Trevor Bauer and includes content from Trevor himself on what he's trying to accomplish
Today we’re going to break down the trail leg and how we can spot an efficient pattern by the way it moves.
Taking a look here at Tommy Kahnle and how he efficiently uses his lower half when throwing.
"What's your routine for after you pitch?" For those of you who have followed me for awhile now know that I'm a huge advocate for developing routines for just about everything. I'm more extreme than some when it comes to routines but either way I still believe...
In episode 82 of The Robby Row Show Show I had the privilege of hopping on House of Velo Radio with my guy Kristoffer Koerper. I wanted to bring this episode to you guys because although there’s a lot of joking around in the beginning we actually dive into some legit...
Taking a look at one of the better Curveballs in the game of baseball in Aaron Nola's Curveball
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...
In episode 81 of The Robby Row Show Show I’m joined by the Founder of “Always Grind” Joe Moroney. Joe and I dive into some legit concepts in regards to doing whatever it takes in your playing career to get where you want to go. We apologize ahead of time if we...
We know how important confidence and conviction are as an athlete but have you asked yourself how to identify for yourself how to produce these things.
Let's take a look at Chris Sale's disgusting wipe out slider and how he grips the pitch.
"What do I have to do if I want to play Baseball at the next level?" I couldn't be more passionate about this topic. I think we live in this society where we constantly think we need to do only a couple things and we'll reach our goals.. Well I'm here to tell you...
This is a great question that I get asked often. How do I stay relaxed on the mound when I'm pitching in a game? We tend to talk all about how to train accordingly to maximize our performance on the mound but what about the mental side of what goes into it? I want to...
"What Do I Do If I Get Cut From The Team?" Today I’ll discuss a topic that’s not really talked about all too often due to it not being a super positive topic. Although it's not a positive topic I want to shed some light on it due to it being something that we all...
"How do I throw harder?" We know the demand for Velocity is higher than it has ever been. This is why I don't blame 12 year old kids asking me how to throw harder.. I wanted to highlight a few key points that I'm very passionate about when it comes to Velocity...
Listen On These Platforms Apple Podcast Spotify Google Play In episode 72 of The Robby Row Show I sit down with Joe Gambino. Joe is a Physical Therapist at Perfect Stride Physical Therapy in NYC as well as a co-founder of Par Four Performance. Before...
Taking a look at one of the filthiest Sinkers in the game and that's Zach Britton's Sinker.
Taking a look here at Jake Arrieta's changeup. We'll look at the grip and hear from Jake himself on some personal cues when throwing this pitch.
How does the great Max Scherzer throw his Changeup? Let's find out!
If you have dreams of being a Pitcher at a high level of play then the ability to command the baseball is going to be extremely important. Lets discuss.
LISTEN ON Apple Podcast Spotify Google Play YouTube Whether we like it or not the way we look at Baseball specific training has drastically changed just in the last decade. Much in large part to this man, Kyle Boddy. Kyle is the CEO and Founder...
Guys, I’ll never say playing Summer Ball is “bad” but it can be, if you don’t prepare accordingly, a path that leads right to a devastating injury. I get a lot of questions regarding why some of y’alls arm hurt.. well look at the big picture of how you...
Breaking down the drastic changes Lucas Giolito made in his Arm Path and how that’s led him to be an All-Star
So you have dreams to play ball at the next level but you fear no one will notice you because you're from a small school.. this one's for you!
It’s just that easy, right? I just don’t understand why you just don’t let the guy hit it? Just throw it over the plate! Terrible.. Unfortunately these are some of the verbal cues that are thrown out to youth pitchers and in my experience professional pitchers as...
Have you ever asked yourself why you get nervous before games? Have you ever asked yourself what is it that makes you so nervous in the first place?
The question that sparked today’s topic is one that a lot of Pitchers have but maybe a bit hesitant to ask.. I know I was. “How can we stay in control and keep our composure when everything seems to be going wrong for us?” Although this would be a fantastic...
I've been very fortunate when it comes to being able to sit down and talk shop with some of the best minds in the Baseball industry on my Podcast. Although I have thoroughly enjoyed each and every one of my Podcasts; the show I did with Casey Smith was absolutely...
Taking a look today at Padres Closer Kirby Yates and that filthy Splitter he throws!
For me personally the Catcher is the most important dude out there.. the amount of responsibility that he has is more than anyone else on the field. Let’s go over some of his responsibilities ✅ Know the entire Pitching Staff’s Strengths n...
Taking a look at Blake Treinen and how he throws that devastating sinker.
Listen on these other podcast platforms Apple Podcast Spotify Google Play YouTube In episode 79 of The Robby Row Show current Los Angeles Dodgers Pitcher Rob Zastryzny joins the show! The two Rob’s have this one thing in common and it’s...
Adam Ottavino has got to throw one of the dirtiest pitches in the game. Today we'll take a look at that pitch.. the slider!
Robby Rowland includes a list of his favorite products made by Oates Specialties including plyo balls and bell clubs
Session #24 on my comeback from Lat Surgery! I'll try to do at least one full workout session blog per week! I tore my Lat throwing a pitch on July 16th. Originally diagnosed with a Grade 2 Lat Strain which surgery wasn't required. After 6 1/2 months of...
Click which platform you choose to listen on Apple Podcast Spotify Google Play YouTube In episode 78 of The Robby Row Show I bring on Brett Cummins to talk all things Strength and Conditioning within the world of Baseball Performance. Brett attended Georgia...
Listen on other Podcast platforms Apple Podcast Spotify Google Play YouTube In episode 77 of The Robby Row Show I bring on Harold Mozingo who’s a former Professional Pitcher having spent 6 years in The Kansas City Royals and Toronto Blue Jays...
A topic within the game of Baseball that doesn’t get enough attention in my opinion is the Mental aspect of the game.. Today we look at failure.
Jordan Lyles struck out a career high 12 last night, 8 of which coming on his CB. Lets listen to his Pitch Analytics for his CB to see if it’s here to stay.
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To listen to this episode on other platforms click below APPLE PODCAST SPOTIFY GOOGLE PLAY YOUTUBE In episode 76 of The Robby Row Show I’m joined by none other than the first Professional Baseball Fan himself, The Baseballogist! I get super hyped up...
LISTEN ON THESE PLATFORMS Apple Podcast App Spotify YouTube Today’s episode of “If It’s Fair, It’s Gone” Jack and I pick up right where we left off last episode.. We recap our Avengers Endgame experience obviously both having seen the movie now so SPOILER...
Probably don’t know the name but I have a feeling Corbin Martin will be a good starting pitcher for the Houston Astros based on his 4-Seam Fastball
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...
Luis Castillo has taken the MLB by storm thus far in 2019 mostly due to his disgusting Changeup. Lets take an in-depth look at why it's so good this year including hearing from Castillo himself on how he grips the pitch!
To listen on Apple Podcast To listen on Spotify In episode 75 of The Robby Row Show I sit down with Toby Guevin who has taken his passion for Fantasy Baseball and applied it to create a Website, Podcast, and successful Twitter account giving people an in-depth look at...
Sonny Gray’s curveball and slider were a big reason he broke out in the 2019 MLB Season.. let’s take a look.
Session #17 on my comeback from Lat Surgery! I'll try to do at least one full workout session blog per week! Workout Bottom Up 1 Arm KB Press w/ Walking Lunge Bear Crawl Position Y's Landmine Goblet Squat Dead Hangs Side Plank w/ Banded Row I tore my Lat...
Today’s episode of “If It’s Fair, It’s Gone” is an Avengers Edition! Jack and I are both passionate about the MCU so we decided to sit down for 30 minutes and record an episode on Avengers Endgame. NOTE - there’s no spoilers to the actual movie in this episode....
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.
🚨Mobility eBook is now available for purchase - Mobility eBook Best part about not having a bed in the new apartment is more floor space for my mobility game to reach new heights. These are just a few different things I’ll do in the morning to check-in. I get...
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...
Trevor Richards has one of the better Changeups in the MLB. Let's dive into what makes the pitch so successful and how can we develop a Changeup ourselves.
Today I want to breakdown the goal of any specific Pitching “drill” and how it could sometimes do more harm than good.
Session #16 on my comeback from Lat Surgery! I'll try to do at least one full workout session blog per week! I tore my Lat throwing a pitch on July 16th. Originally diagnosed with a Grade 2 Lat Strain which surgery wasn't required. After 6 1/2 months of not much...
After getting confirmation from Marcus Stroman himself on whether this Pitch was a Curveball or a Slider i've made some adjustments to the post.
In this post I’ll take you inside how Kevin Gausman throws his splitter and how I go about throwing mine.
Dive into this breakdown of Walker Buehler's delivery and find out why I believe he's able to throw at a very high velocity.
Seeking out information is absolutely fantastic and I will always encourage it but at the same time you will do yourself a disservice if you’re constantly trying to change more n more things. This is such a fine line and I really hope that I don’t come off like I’m...
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...
Lets take a look at how one of the best Pitchers to ever throw a Curveball in Adam Wainwright grips it as well as hear his explanation on why.
My breakdown of Trevor Bauer's new and improved Changeup that he spent all off season working on improving and now seeing great results with!
In episode 70 of The Robby Row Show I sit down to chat with Jared Gaynor. Never have spoken to Jared until this call and we totally hit it off. I knew it was going to be a good conversation just by looking at...
If you've gotten the chance to look at who in the MLB has the highest "spin" you'd probably see Corbin Burnes at the top of that list.. lets dive in.
This is my full breakdown of Jacob DeGrom's slider from his Opening Day Start against the Nationals. What really impressed me was how hard and late this pitch was. I know deGrom has always had a hard slider that many would almost perceive as a Cutter but...
Robby Rowland breaks down the importance of not only getting ahead as a pitcher but also the ability to throw quality 0-0 pitches
In todays episode of Bearded n The Brains Dr. Josh Heenan and I talk about what it looks like to build a very good in-season routine/program for yourself. What I love about this episode and a lot of the episodes that Josh and I do together is that I’m coming at...
In episode 69 of The Robby Row show I sit down with Nick Rickles to talk what it’s like being fresh off a playing career and going right into a coaching career for the Brewers. Nick was drafted in 2011 by The...
In episode 68 of The Robby Row Show Dr. Mike Yasson joins the show! First met Mike via Instagram when I stumbled upon his page and I highly recommend you go check it out because the guy does incredible work that...
In todays edition of "If It's Fair It's Gone" Jack and I dive in HARD to the following: * Zion Williamson Dillema * Shoe Companies * College Players Getting Paid * NBA Draft Age * Lakers Done? * MVP Discussion Do...
In episode 67 of The Robby Row Show I bring on Nick Pollack who’s the creator of Pitcher List! I highly encourage all of you to check out what Nick has created in Pitcher List. I will include the links to all his...
In todays episode of Bearded n The Brains Dr. Josh Heenan and I talk about the things athletes need to do in order to set themselves up for success by sticking out on the baseball field or any sporting event. Towards the end of the show we also dive down the...
In episode 66 of The Robby Row Show I get to sit down with “The Catching Guy” - Todd Coburn! My first episode on the podcast in which I have an individual from the realm of Catching and boy was it a good time...
In todays edition of "If It's Fair It's Gone" Jack and I dive in HARD to the following: * Mid-Season Form? * Velo in Spring * Changing The Game * Mentality In Spring Training * What Jack Is Working On * PFP Tourney...
In episode 65 of The Robby Row Show one of my best friends/teammates of all time, Nick Kingham, joins the show! I will say it was really good to catch up with my boy Nick. I do want to apologize for the first 10...
In episode 64 of The Robby Row Show I get to totally geek out over baseball, pitching, strength training, passions, etc with Ben Brewster! Most of you probably know Ben from being a founder of Tread Athletics. See...
In episode 63 of The Robby Row Show I have the pleasure of having Chris Viall on the show! Chris is a minor league pitcher for the New York Mets Organization. Chris gives us his whole background from high school...
In episode 62 of The Robby Row Show I sit down with Entrepreneur James Swanwick. I get so fascinated with guys like James and the story he shares about how he got to where he is currently in life. I know that this...
In todays episode of Bearded n The Brains Dr. Josh Heenan and I will dive into a hot topic especially in todays baseball culture in supplements. To be more specific we answer the question, “Should you be supplementing?” Listen in as Dr. Heenan gives his advice...
In episode 61.3(Part 3), the final part of the 3-Part Podcast with Casey Smith, we conclude by diving into what successful teams and players are doing at the Big League Level. Not a bit of passion was lost...
In episode 61.2(Part 2) of a 3 Part Podcast with Casey Smith we continue our talks on all things hitting. We dive down even more rabbit holes and it’s completely awesome. For episode Topics and Links to the VeloPro...
In episode 61.1 (Part 1) of a 3-part Podcast Episode I am honored to have Casey Smith on the show. Casey is doing fantastic work on his Instagram account, @OutFrontHitting, and you can just tell by checking out his...
In todays edition of "If It's Fair It's Gone" Jack and I dive in HARD to the following: * MLB Rule Changes * Make Baseball Exciting * Celebrating In Baseball * Self Promotion * Marketing MLB Better Preciate-chu...
In episode 60.2(Part 2) of The Robby Row Show Mr. Raphael Turner and I continue our epic conversation dating back to the last episode. In this particular episode Raphael will dive more into the physical aspects...
In episode 60.1(Part 1) of The Robby Row Show I get the privilege of sitting down and talking with Raphael Turner, also known as That Hitting Guy on Instagram. Raphael has a very interesting backstory regarding how...
On today’s episode of Robby Road Show, I discuss probably the most popular topic in all of baseball in regards to pitching and that is Velocity Vs. Command. I give my personal take on this debate.. which is better?...
On this episode of The Robby Row Show Baseball Podcast Dr. Heenan and Robby Rowland discuss the topic of what age is right to start training
In episode 59 of The Robby Row Show I am joined by Amir Zandinejad and we absolutely go in on some really cool topics. Amir is a movement specialist and a strength coach who has a really cool story on how he got...
WE’RE BACKKKKKKKKKK In todays edition of "If It's Fair It's Gone" Jack and I dive into the typical Jack n Rob discussions such as: * Is a Hot Dog a Sandwich? * In n Out vs Chick Fil A * Pitchers vs Position Players...
In episode 58.3 (PART 3) Alan and I take our discussion into the mental side of the game. Alan is very passionate when it comes to this which I love because I believe it’s an overlooked part of development in...
In episode 58.2 (PART 2) Alan and I continue our great conversation carrying over from Part 1 of this 3 part Podcast. Today we’ll dive into what Spring Training looks like for guys and why do so many ball players...
In episode 58.1 (PART 1) of a 3-Part Podcast I’m welcomed by the one, the only, Alan Jaeger! I first reached out to Alan when I got released by Pittsburgh in 2014 and he was a huge help to me in my career! I’m...
In todays episode of Bearded n The Brains Dr. Heenan gives us his professional insight on what the biggest differences are between In-Season Training compared to Off-Season Training. There’s a common misconception regarding how we should train in-season and I...
In episode 57 of The Robby Row Show I’m joined on the show with Austin Byler! Austin couldn’t be more on fire right now. Traveling from city to city doing speaking engagements as well as promoting Major League...
Birds On The Black – Robby Rowland Reflects On His Time W/ The St. Louis Cardinals + Love For The Game
In episode 56 of The Robby Row Show I’m throwing you guys a little curveball. Instead of me interviewing someone else on my show.. I’m being interviewed! I was on “Birds On The Black” - Hosted by Tara Wellman about...
In today's episode of Bearded n The Brains Dr. Josh Heenan and I will dive into our personal opinions/initial response to the popular segment that was aired on MLB Network regarding John Smoltz talking about this new age way of training and working out. We mean no...
In episode 55 of The Robby Row Show I have the absolute privilege of talking with Tampa Bay Rays Starting Pitcher Tyler Glasnow! Tyler and I played together in 2014 in the Pittsburgh Pirates Organization. Tyler has...
In episode 54 of The Robby Row Show I was pleasantly surprised while on my trip to see Jason Ferber in Queens that this dude Alex Katz was in the facility! Alex is a pitcher in the Chicago White Sox Organization...
What is the ideal body weight for optimal performance conversation. 2.5x your height in inches is what the 90 MPH Formula states.
In episode 53 of The Robby Row Show I physically sit down with the one and only Jason Ferber you know him as Coach Ferber! I recently traveled to New York to get a second opinion on my Lat injury and was able to...
BACKKKK AGAINNNN! My boy J-Flare and I on the mic (we're not rappers.. well i'm not.. I don't know about Jack). In todays edition of "If It's Fair It's Gone" Jack and I dive into the typical Jack n Rob discussions...
In episode 52 of The Robby Row Show I bring on the hosts of the successful baseball podcast “The Yardwork” to accomplish a dual podcast! This interview also aired on their podcast which can be found on iTunes just...
On This episode of The Robby Row Show Baseball Podcast Dr. Josh Heenan and Robby Rowland sit down to dissect the 90 MPH Formula
In episode 51.2 (PART 2) of The Robby Row Show my dude Diamyn Hall and I continue our epic chat talking about all things mental performance in the game of baseball! I can’t get over how much passion Diamyn has for...
In episode 51.1 (PART 1) of a 2-parter with my dude Diamyn Hall we absolutely GO IN!!! Man i’m really excited to bring this 2-part podcast to you guys. Diamyn and I share similar passions and commitments to the...
Per popular request I’ve decided to start a mini segment called “Josh n Rob” where Dr. Josh Heenan and I sit down whenever we can and record a short.. but very informative podcast. As most of you know i’ve been spending a ton of time with Dr. Heenan so why not...
In episode 50 of The Robby Row Show I sit down with current professional baseball pitcher Dylan Rheault in his car to talk about his journey! Dylan has a super interesting story to tell about his career and where...
In episode 49.2 (Part 2) of The Robby Row Show DJ Edwards and I continue our in person podcast. I tried to set it up to give you guys a background on DJ in part 1 then really bring his knowledge to light in part 2....
In episode 49.1(Part 1) of The Robby Row Show I literally sit down with DJ Edwards in person at Push Performance in Highlands Ranch, CO to discuss all things training, baseball, assessments, programming, etc. This...
We're back!!! A month after recording our very first episode of "If It's Fair, It's Gone" (which was very successful btw) J-Flare and RobbyRow hop back on the mic to literally talk about whatever comes to mind. As...
Dr. Emily Splichal is a podiatrist who is encourage others to train and understand the power of being barefoot. Listen here as she joins the Show!
In episode 47 of The Robby Row Show I sit down with “Do You Even Move” founder Jared Forestieri. Jared is a former baseball player who took his passion in baseball and transformed it into a passion to help fellow...
Listen On These Platforms Apple Podcast Spotify Google Play In episode 46 of The Robby Row Show I sit down with one of my personal favorite hitting guys on Instagram in Ryan Fuller. Ryan has...
Apologies for rambling – I wrote this in the airport with like 10 minutes to spare before a flight lol. (double shot espresso) What do you do when you fail? What is there to fall back on? I think these are questions that i never really prepared myself for when I got...
In episode 45 of The Robby Row Show I’m joined by Frank Duffy to talk all things optimal performance with use of Functional Range Conditioning (FRC). Frank is currently a Functional Range Conditioning Mobility...
In episode 44 of The Robby Row Show I sit and chat with Pat Damiano. Pat is a certified personal trainer who is working with all types of people but most especially youth athletes. I really enjoy picking Pat’s...
A new series that will be a feature of The Robby Row Show but totally separate to the typical episodes I have. This series is a series in which my good friend Jack Flaherty and I will hop on the mic and talk about...
In episode 43 of The Robby Row Show I have the absolute honor of sitting down with Mike Reinold. For those of you who don’t know Mike do yourself a favor and get familiar with him because if you’re in the business...
In episode 42 of The Robby Row Show I sit down with current St. Louis Cardinal Connor Jones. Connor and I dive into his baseball journey that took him from being drafted out of high school, choosing not to sign,...
In episode 41 of The Robby Row Show Ryan Johansen and I sit down to talk about how one goes from being a mediocre baseball player to adaptable coach with the use of specific tools and proper verbiage. Dive into...
In my 2nd minisode (mini episode) I dive into what I believe is the most important way to approach improving yourself athletically. I think challenging yourself each and everyday while maintaining a positive and...
In episode 40 of The Robby Row Show I expand my horizons to the hitters side of the spectrum! I get to chat with Tim Gibbons who runs “The Data Cage” in Jacksonville, FL. Tim is fascinating in his approach to...