Still hiding from those tough questions, totally expected.
I’ve never called Dr.Marshall, what for, I understand what he is actually saying unlike the rest of you who have created this false understanding of when pronation eliminates bone crash in the elbow that is during the acceleration phase and not at recovery. His other followers will dig these misleading articles out as they always do, especially the one you eliminated from speaking at your web site, typical.
It amazes me how this simple principle has been twisted into what you have all made it (recovery pronation) when it is explained in detail at Dr.Marshalls web site for what it really is. It is apropos that the layman Paul Nyman chose to throw other Lay people under the bus because like him do not understand the real information by his redirection of attack on said lay people instead of directing his articles to the originator of these theories who actually gets it right.
You have a lot to learn Think in order to protect your own.
They actually all work but like yours are highly injurious, this is the actual subject that needs to be discussed and by you not recognizing the 2 different mechanical models to make claims shows you don’t get it yet.
People reading this article need to understand there is a huge “Red Herring” involved here that confuses the issue of why pronation eliminates elbow injuries during the acceleration phase, not the deceleration phase as they are arguing!!!!!!!!!
If you would have noticed and explained what Dr.Marshall actually says pertaining to pronation would have shown you get it but you have not and shows you have got your jock tangled up with your shoes.
This is a false claim repeated by haters. I have shown repeatedly many competitive pitchers, how could Dr.Marshall himself still retain multiple MLB records if he was not competitive, how could Sparks have struck out over 600 MILB batters if he was not competitive or even make it to the MLB. How could Kubenka have made it to the MLB?
This is as moronic a statement that can be made, pronation snap has nothing to do with shot put mechanics. A ladies shot put (6 lb) is used because of it’s weight that causes great physiological adjustments when interval training.
They are and he does have a long line of people wanting to be trained by him. He is now retired, none are accepted.
“If “being used as a positive does not compute, his tenets all work and work well, if they did not I would have dropped them long ago, so there is no commitment to non-sense and you saying this implies that it does. You are wrong like all the haters who make up false assertions as if they were truth.
Quote one to be believed, I have found everything he says about physics to be spot on. I say this to all haters who say the same things but they never respond with a direct quote. Typical.
What a poor joke you play here on Dr.Marshall. Even Paul learned now that by using the correct words like “inertia” instead of momentum in his article to explain what is being conserved now gets it correct.
You can’t bare to speak the truth can you? It does not support your biased opinion.
Try the truth, he had 41 K’s in 30.1 innings, that’s an average of over 12 per 9, the same average he had every where he went like the next year in Albany (indy ball)(imagine that MLB to Indy ball in one year) with 85 innings and 136 K’s and 2.00 ERA, Oh that’s over14. K’s per 9.
In his MiLB career he had over 600 K’s, that’s competing at a high level.
Good try La, go back and again make some more changes. You might want to figure in his ERA before his last 2 outings where he was not allowed to throw his own pitch sequences abd get the K’s correct.
Ponder this? Are you kidding me!!! Dr.Marshall taught him this “Hybrid bump bottom half “ delivery to acquiesce so Sparks would be handed the ball!!! He was fully capable of using the superior “Drop out windup” crowstep delivery even at this time.
Can’t you just be honest one time?
He was never allowed to use the full motion anywhere in affiliated ball and this is what is being said and is the truth. He trained using the full version long before Tampa Bay.. He was asked by Tampa coaches to quit performing with that approach or hit the highway.
It does not take a conspiracy to have every conventional coach decide he would not get the chance, so quit using words that make it look like we use them.
Both used the full version Crowstep approach, Sparks did very well.
Williams in 9 games let up 0 earned runs and performed better than all the other pitchers picked to proceed, trying out, Hmmmmm, what happened? The brass had no nad, that’s what happened.
So, he could make a AA team that same year but couldn’t make an Indy team months before, come on main. Get it together.
All were at the end of their adult 280 day interval training (30lb. wrist weights and 15 LB. ball) sessions and all were in deep training regression. I know you have no clue what that means so lets not pretend you are comparing apples to oranges here. None of them had competed yet or even thrown to catchers where they could have come out of regression and started their maintenance programs and performed at their maximal outputs that always comes months later. All threw extreme tailing fastballs
All the ASMI elite pitchers were tested at the end of full competitive seasons and un-named and threw straight fastballs.
ASMI did not produce an overhead acceleration graph now did they, because they don’t even know what one is. Nor did they take “axis presentation” readings on the balls meaning their pitches were actually moving laterally, was this explained, no as usual.
Right the same mound that did not allow enough side room to emulate the actual delivery. They were not there to garner velocity reading or accuracy ones. With Fleisig leaving all this info out and carrying out his protocol showed his bias and efficacy with his procedures. Now you know why they were there!!!!
The tryout was 2 weeks of extended Spring training where he proved himself against MilB batters and did very well so they signed him. They sent him straight to AA.
Nothing was arranged, he earned the right to be there by his previous performances and Brent wanted to give him a full season shot at it. So did most of the other development coaches. Unfortunately the upper brass were unaware of this at the time and when they found out the same thinking that Tampa Bay went through prevailed.
His first 2 outing were rocky but he got out of each 2 innings of the first 2 games. The second 2 games of 2 innings each were shut out ball. He was getting better and better with each outing, Uh Ohh, what, we can’t have that, said they upper brass with the
Oh, I know these are all excuses and not legitimate explanations, whatever!
So one short example of the full version and several extended examples of the pseudo version with ungodly strike out examples against MLB batters and to you this means there is no clear evidence, HA Ha Ha Ha, REALLY!?
The president of the Marshall haters club has spoken again.
Quit hating LaFlippin, it is bad for your health.