That’s great, I thought he went foghorn leghorn on us! What a rewrite he must have had to go through, I must apologize for making him go through this better effort.
It will be interesting to see if he for the first time actually gives us some applied anatomy and Kinesiological theory to digest instead of the tired old technique of saying something that is passed down by yardmyth and platitudes that people readily accept as truth.
Maybe because he took much more time to produce this thing he actually looked into what an overhead acceleration graph is to prove his assertions on arm circular path and what the ramifications are with redirection of right angle momentum and dampening from body tissues and lengthening antagonist muscles so he can explain physics in their earthy state instead of in a free bearing vacuum. I doubt it because ASMI and the NPA do not use or know what these are either.
Oh wait, I’m sorry, You don’t answer questions that do not bolster your locked in opinion! This shouldn’t be to painful to answer.
While you’re here, I have a few questions about Tyler Matzek’s delivery in high school before he reached pro ball?
Because he chooses to do so, so he would be handed the ball.
I recommend all my 13 yo’s that have been performing the full crowstep motion for years, start a leg lift so they will be handed the ball. Been there and done the other to no avail.
Tyler throw over 100 mph just walking forwards.
Because rotation during the 2 drive phases is one of the components to velocity. And he has been trained to achieve rotational intent because of his previous interval training when he was with me.
Because you do not understand or recognize the top half model even when perfected.
Tyler I believe has just enough to eliminate most of the main injuries if he trains correctly, he arrives almost correctly and pronates all his pitch types that were 6 back then, good luck with that because he will never go into complete training regression in the fall and winter because pro ball does not demand it and I refuse to work with professionals, especially ones that all ready have the information and choose to do it the traditional way. Playing meaningless fall ball games perturbs the interval training timeline! Once your fit (takes 2 years) and on the maintenance program then year round competition is the way to do it.
Now add in the fact that 95% of all coaches think like you, in the traditional rest rut.
Dr.Marshall says all professional MILB pitchers should live at the spring training facility and start “sport specific” interval training immediately after their championship season ends and because of the regression would not be able to pitch competitively.
Do you know what training regression is? I think not because of your previous contentions about ASMI’s sham comparison with the 4 Marshall pitchers who went there during their recoil cycles to test ASMI’s protocol for what it really is.
More than bits and pieces! He has what is known as a hybrid motion that is fighting breaking back down the other way with the years of exposure to non experts in the field . Even Dr.Marshall acquiesced to get his pitchers to be handed the ball at one time. The top half mechanics are much harder to maintain if the crow step motion is not also performed but can if the training program is adhered to correctly and the tenets are maintained.
Performing the Crow step lower half only eliminates those injuries (Lower back degradation, Knee and hip degradation) but allows a much better leg drive. Most people are OK with these debilitating injuries later in life if they make it to the show, Tommy John may disagree though now with his complete hip replacement surgery but hind site has it’s drawbacks, Are you aware that many long performing MLB pitchers go through this and complete knee replacement like Dr.Marshall has? are you aware that a low %age of these knee and hip surgeries end up in death.
Yes, rotation of the shoulders (rotational acceleration phase) is very important and especially when the arm contractions (forwards acceleration phase) is compounded with it from a straight start unlike the conventional motion where pitchers “over early counter rotate” past the field driveline and waste contractive motion because of negative math then and redirection of right angled momentum.
Do you realize that the rotation performed when the conventional leg lift and drop in are performed is poorly timed and only partially used?
Do you understand that when rotation is used with a crowstep leg action that it is synced with forwards momentum and both legs are used the way we walk and run and you attain lengthier movements unlike the conventional lift and drop splits drive in where the glove side leg plants and converts this small amount of forwards mass into heat at the ground by completely stopping it.
This is why Don Larson went to it when Yogi told him he threw much faster when he just walked forwards. This happened just 5 weeks before his world series perfecto, this puts serious holes in your contention (I should say Paul’s here since non of these thoughts are your own) that mechanics should not be changed, even though you yourself change mechanics. Oh, I know he walks and runs every day so performing both is no problem and a poor comparison to upper half mechanics.
Now go back to my previous post to you and answer my question please. Quid pro quo if you are to be believed, this is necessary.