Today on The Robby Row Show Baseball Podcast I’ll be covering the popular topic of “recovery” within the realm of baseball 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
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.
Robby Rowland breaks down game footage from his personal outings to talk about pitch sequencing, pitch execution, reading hitters, and much more!
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!
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
Robby Rowland bullpen on July 9, 2020 using Rapsodo to measure pitch data metrics as well as slow motion camera to capture pitch design
February 7 throwing session all by myself featuring long toss and pulldowns
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!
A Full one hour long throwing session with my good friend Kevin Munson both wearing microphones and talking all things pitching
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 will be about the 3rd high intensity day being performed on flat ground getting velocity and spin readings with a diamond kinetics ball.
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.
My first bullpen since 2018! Roughly 80-90% exertion level which I sat 90-93 mph. Highlights include pocket radar and edgertronic camera.
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.
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.
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!
Today’s throwing session will be featuring my parents and highlighting how they have helped aid in my training throughout my career
Today’s Throwing Session video includes Long Toss at about 80-90% exertion which equals about 360-400 feet for me and 80% pulldowns.
Today’s throwing session includes long toss at about 70-80% exertion level that equals about 350-380 feet for me.
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!
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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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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...