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Confidence in Baseball

We all know how big a role “confidence” plays in the game of baseball. The question then becomes how do we obtain confidence?

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Clearing The Mechanism

As the great Billy Chapel said, “Clear The Mechanism.” Every athlete probably knows what that means but how the heck do we obtain it?

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THE ROBBY ROW VLOG

THE ROBBY ROW VLOG

Welcome to The Robby Row Vlog! Here you will get inside looks into my personal life while playing professional baseball! Enjoy!

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How Do You Deal w/ Self Doubt?

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

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Who is Robby Rowland?

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

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The Velocity Enhancing Move

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

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Typical Bullpen in 2020

Robby Rowland bullpen on July 9, 2020 using Rapsodo to measure pitch data metrics as well as slow motion camera to capture pitch design

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FREE Copy of Plyo Ball Routines + Drills eBook

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD     eBooks Available For Purchase Velocity Development eBook Pitch Grip Analysis eBook Mobility Routines eBook     Work With Me Mechanical Analysis Remote Coaching Services Pitch Grip Coaching   Content Lead Leg Block...

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Lead Leg Block Breakdown

Breaking down the lead leg block within the pitching mechanics and how I personally believe that an efficient lead leg block occurs naturally

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HOME TRAINING

HOME TRAINING

After getting lots of questions about home workouts i’m now going to showcase my home training sessions in my backyard facility

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Quieting The Mind

Quieting The Mind

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

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Velocity Gains But How?

Velocity Gains But How?

Robby Rowland discusses the interesting dynamic that is simply throwing harder and really how he is now throwing harder than he was before

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Quick Pick Throwing Drill

Quick Pick Throwing Drill

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

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Drive Leg Constraint Drill

Drive Leg Constraint Drill

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

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Post Throwing Routine

Post Throwing Routine

Robby Rowland shows you what he typically will do after he is done throwing. This routine will sometimes vary but consisting of similar exercises

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The Mental Game

The Mental Game

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

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Full Throwing Session w/ Chris Harms

Full Throwing Session w/ Chris Harms

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.

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Information Overload

Information Overload

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.

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Performance Reflection

Performance Reflection

In today’s edition of Pitching Talks presented by Robby Rowland, I want to highlight the importance of reflecting on ones performance

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Cold Weather Baseball Hacks

Cold Weather Baseball Hacks

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

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Ball in Glove Shuffle Throws

Ball in Glove Shuffle Throws

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

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Vary Throws Using A Football

Vary Throws Using A Football

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.

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BowNet – Product Review

BowNet – Product Review

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

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Back Pedal Throws

Back Pedal Throws

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.

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Reverse Lunge Throw

Reverse Lunge Throw

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..

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The Rehab Process

The Rehab Process

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

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Long Toss Routine

Long Toss Routine

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

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The “0-2” Pitch

The “0-2” Pitch

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.

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Weighted Balls + Authentic Throwing Mechanics

Weighted Balls + Authentic Throwing Mechanics

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.

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The Comeback – Session 63

The Comeback – Session 63

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!

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Chaz Roe Slider Breakdown

Chaz Roe Slider Breakdown

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!

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Towel Trainer – Product Reviews

Towel Trainer – Product Reviews

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.

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Long Arm vs Short Arm + Connection

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

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Max Scherzer Slider Breakdown

Max Scherzer Slider Breakdown

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.

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Counter Balance Breakdown

Counter Balance Breakdown

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

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The Comeback – Session 61

The Comeback – Session 61

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!

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Robby Rowland Q&A’s

Robby Rowland Q&A’s

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.

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The Comeback – Session 60

The Comeback – Session 60

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!

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The Comeback – Session 59

The Comeback – Session 59

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!

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Sonny Gray 2-Seam Fastball

Sonny Gray 2-Seam Fastball

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!

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Getting Velocity To Translate

Getting Velocity To Translate

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.

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Hand Rhythm Throws

Hand Rhythm Throws

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

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Simple Plyo Ball Bullpen Routine

Simple Plyo Ball Bullpen Routine

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!

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The Comeback – Session 56

The Comeback – Session 56

In episode 56 of The Comeback – Training Edition – you will find exercises including Split Stance BB Holds At The Bottom and KB Rollovers.

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Alan Jaeger 3-Part Podcast

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!

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No Throwing Partner – No Problem

No Throwing Partner – No Problem

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!

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J-Bands Routine

J-Bands Routine

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!

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Single Leg Box Drills

Single Leg Box Drills

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.

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The Yips

The Yips

If you’re a Baseball Player you know what the Yips are.. They suck. I’ve seen many people struggle with them including myself at certain points in my career. Today I want to provide some insight on how to overcome them. Please share this with somebody you think could benefit from hearing this segment!

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Jaeger Sports J Bands – Product Reviews

Jaeger Sports J Bands – Product Reviews

  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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Rehab Throwing Program – Session 9

Rehab Throwing Program – Session 9

August 18th   Scroll below to view Motus Sleeve Data, FitBit Data, eBooks, and Online Pitching Coach Options!         Sessions Data     Motus Sleeve Data   Purchase Motus Sleeve Motus Global Website Discount - "Robby10"  ...

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Full Throwing Session – Rehab Throwing Session 8

Full Throwing Session – Rehab Throwing Session 8

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...

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Visualization

In this Pitching Talks segment Robby Rowland dives into the concept of visualization and how this can be extremely beneficial for execution and success

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The Comeback – Session 48

The Comeback – Session 48

  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...

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Rehab Throwing Session #7 – August 14th

Rehab Throwing Session #7 – August 14th

  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...

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The Comeback – Session 46

The Comeback – Session 46

  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...

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The Comeback – Session 45

The Comeback – Session 45

  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...

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The Comeback – Session #44

The Comeback – Session #44

  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...

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Not Getting Playing Time

Not Getting Playing Time

"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...

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The Comeback – Session #42

The Comeback – Session #42

  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...

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A Pitchers Off Season Plan

A Pitchers Off Season Plan

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?...

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Domingo German Efficient Arm Action

Domingo German Efficient Arm Action

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 -...

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Intentionally Training Movement Patterns

Intentionally Training Movement Patterns

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...

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Set Yourself Up For Success

Set Yourself Up For Success

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...

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Establishing The Brain/Body Connection

Establishing The Brain/Body Connection

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...

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The Comeback – Session #41

The Comeback – Session #41

  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...

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The Comeback – Session #40

The Comeback – Session #40

  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...

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Mentally Locking In – Pitching Talks

Mentally Locking In – Pitching Talks

"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...

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Pitch Execution

Pitch Execution

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?

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Curveball Mindset

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.

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Pitching To Strengths – Pitching Talks

Pitching To Strengths – Pitching Talks

"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...

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Developing Routines

Developing Routines

"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...

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Hyun-Jin Ryu – ERA Leader Averages 90MPH

Hyun-Jin Ryu – ERA Leader Averages 90MPH

  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...

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Self Confidence + Conviction

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.

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Seeking Optimal Baseball Performance

Seeking Optimal Baseball Performance

"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...

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How To Stay Relaxed While Pitching

How To Stay Relaxed While Pitching

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...

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What To Do If You Get Cut From The Team

What To Do If You Get Cut From The Team

"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...

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Velocity Development

Velocity Development

"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...

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Joe Gambino – Building Capacity To Move And Feel Better

Joe Gambino – Building Capacity To Move And Feel Better

  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...

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Jake Arrieta – Changeup

Jake Arrieta – Changeup

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.

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Commanding The Baseball

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.

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Prepare Better – Why Do You Think You’re Hurting?

Prepare Better – Why Do You Think You’re Hurting?

  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...

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How To Get Seen By Scouts or Recruiters

Today we’ll talk about how you can go about getting seen by recruiters or scouts in the year 2019. It’s no secret that technology is taking over our world.. so why not use it to put yourself in a better situation moving forward? We have a means to be so connected...

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Just Throw Strikes

Just Throw Strikes

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...

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What Are You Fearing?

What Are You Fearing?

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?

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Controlling The Chaos

Controlling The Chaos

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...

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Casey Smith joins The Robby Row Show Podcast

Casey Smith joins The Robby Row Show Podcast

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...

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A Catcher’s Responsibility

A Catcher’s Responsibility

    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...

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My Favorite Oates Specialties Products

My Favorite Oates Specialties Products

Oates Specialties Products - Discount "Robby10"   My Favorite Products   Connection Ball Tap Weighted Balls Throwing Club Bell Clubs Resistance Bands Shoulder Tube Wrist Weights Training Sock Plyo Mat Kettle Bells Arm Health Bundle ...

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The Comeback – Session #24

The Comeback – Session #24

    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...

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Bounce Back After Failure

Bounce Back After Failure

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.

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Partnerships + Discount Codes

On this page you will find all of the companies that i’ve partnered with that have been kind enough to provide my audience with discounts on their products!

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The Comeback – Session 17

The Comeback – Session 17

  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...

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Morning Mobility Routine

Morning Mobility Routine

  🚨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...

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Chris Paddack Breakdown – The Hype IS Real!

Chris Paddack Breakdown – The Hype IS Real!

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...

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The Comeback – Session 16

The Comeback – Session 16

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...

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Paralysis By Analysis

Paralysis By Analysis

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...

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German Marquez Breakdown

German Marquez Breakdown

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...

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Adam Wainwright Curveball

Adam Wainwright Curveball

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.

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Jacob deGrom Slider Breakdown

Jacob deGrom Slider Breakdown

    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...

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Chris Viall – Positivity and Power Pitching

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...

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Dr. Josh Heenan – Bearded n The Brains – Supplements

Dr. Josh Heenan – Bearded n The Brains – Supplements

  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...

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Dylan Rheault – Big Picture Goals

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...

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Jared Forestieri – Do You Even Move

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...

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Failure

Failure

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...

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Frank Duffy – Optimal Performance Thru FRC

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...

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Pat Damiano – Having Fun While Training

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...

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If It’s Fair, It’s Gone – Episode 1

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...

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Connor Jones – Don’t Think Just Throw

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,...

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Ryan Johansen – The Coach I Wish I Had

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...

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Robby ROAD Show Ep. 2 – Competition

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...

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Tim Gibbons – Utilizing Data For Hitters

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...

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Anthony Jay – How To Optimize Health

In episode 37 of The Robby Row Show I have the pleasure of sitting down for about an hour with Anthony Jay talking all things human optimization. Anthony correlates a lot of what he’s doing right now to athletics...

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Dana Santas – The Mobility Maker

In episode 36 of The Robby Row Show I sit down with Dana Santas AKA The Mobility Maker to discuss her interesting back story as well as how we as human beings can better ourselves through the use of proper movement...

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Danny Vega (pt.2) – Ketogenic Athlete

Danny Vega - Episode 34.2 In episode 34.2 (part 2) of The Robby Row Show - Danny Vega and I continue our conversation about the keto diet and where it fits in with the athletic world. Should you do keto? If so,...

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DJ Murakami – Being Human Strong

In episode 31 of The Robby Row Show I sit down with DJ Murakami - you can find him on instagram (and I highly recommend you shoot him a follow)https://www.instagram.com/strongcamps/ DJ and I dive into his...

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My Come To Faith

My Come To Faith

Hey guys, this was a blog post I wrote awhile back for a separate website but thought I’d share with you! My faith is my most important part of me. Without my faith, I am lost in a constant identity battle. Robby Rowland Guest Post For TAA Hello all my name is Robby...

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Jerry Weinstein – The Art of Coaching

In episode 29 of The Robby Row Show I have the privilege to record with a baseball legend in Jerry Weinstein. Jerry has been coaching for quite some time now having got into coaching immediately after his playing...

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Jack Flaherty – Being an Athlete

In episode 28 of The Robby Row Show I chat it up with my boy Jack Flaherty, starting pitcher for the St. Louis Cardinals. Yeah, Jack may be leading all rookies in strikeouts right now but I just wanted to hear him...

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Robby ROAD Show Ep. 1 – Failure

In my first ever minisode (mini-episode) listen in as I elaborate on my 2011 season in which I struggled mightily on the mound and how I didn't necessarily know how to deal with the constant failure. I credit this...

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Adam Eaton – Overlooked No More

In episode 25 of The Robby Row Show I have the absolute honor of sitting down with my boy Adam Eaton, outfielder for the Washington Nationals. Adam and I met in our first professional season when we were both with...

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Jeremy Anderson – Seeking Adventure

In episode 22 of The Robby Row Show I bring on adventure athlete Jeremy Anderson to pick his brain on all things adventure sports. We discuss the reasons for doing what he does as well as how it all got started. A...

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Prepare For The Uncomfortable

Prepare For The Uncomfortable

Today's blog will be about a topic that doesn’t get talked about too often for reasons i’m not too sure of. We in the baseball world hear the word and teach the word “comfortable” a lot. Whether it be with your mechanics in pitching or mechanics in hitting. We try to...

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Have A Plan

Have A Plan

I’m all about bringing light to certain topics that just aren’t discussed all that much. Today being the importance of having an actual plan with what you want to accomplish. Look, it’s easy for any individual to say that they want to be a Major League Baseball Player...

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Mindset

Mindset

“Baseball is 90% mental and the other half is physical.” -Yogi Berra Yes, we all know this quote.. if you are a baseball guy then you have come across this quote at least once in your life. And yes, maybe you know exactly what this quote means.. and if you are a...

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The Process

The Process

I am going to take this time to answer the most asked question I get.. “What do I NEED to do to get to the next level in the game of baseball.” Here’s the thing.. I can simply say for you to get to the next level you may need to develop another skill in the game, or...

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