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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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Athleticism Over Mechanics

Athleticism Over Mechanics

It's funny right? I offer "Mechanical Analysis" and here I am writing a blog on why we should avoid "Mechanics." But what i'm about to dive into is real!
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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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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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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 #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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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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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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Morning Movement/Mobility Routines

Morning Movement/Mobility Routines

Alright guys been getting a lot of questions about my personal Morning Routine so I thought I'd create a page to help you guys out with possibly giving you an idea of what a solid Routine should look like in the morning. I want to first stress the importance of...

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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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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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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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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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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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The “Why” – Athletic Injuries

The “Why” – Athletic Injuries

It’s the oldest phrase in the game… “If he stays healthy.” You hear it throughout someones career. If you’re a baseball fan, and if you’re reading this I suppose you are, then you know injuries are no joke. They can prohibit a player from ever reaching his potential....

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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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