I received your newsletter today. It read "You will rush your delivery if you don’t stay over your back foot until you reach the balance point."
Can you define your use of “balance point” for me? I don’t believe that successful pitchers have ever reached what has been traditionally taught as a “balance point”. Balance point has conventionally been used to refer to a pitcher picking his leg straight up to maximum leg lift without moving forward. I believe that teaching has held entire generations of pitchers back from reaching their potential. Do you use the term to mean something else?
(I edited my original question because I didn’t like the way I asked it. Hope that’s appropriate. Thanks.)