Maybe try using the Hersheiser drill for staying back. If nothing else it should give you that exaggerated feel of staying back with the shoulders.
I agree with Hammer, altering the motion out of the glove and lifting with the hand instead of the elbow should help with the inverted W.
Other than that, as a follower of your blog for a while now, I must commend you on the improvements you’ve made thus far.[/quote]
Thanks for the positive comments Turn!
I did some drill work today. I did everything off because the mound was unavailable to me today, but it worked out because I did some drill work that helped my arm action.
I used my friend to create barriers that would promote good arm action, but then I came up with a better one
I got an L-screen, put it behind me, and threw. But I focused on tapping my hand, but not my elbow before coming forward, and that helped to fix my arm action.
I will post video of my drill that I did today, in a little bit.
I might be able to get some throwing tomorrow, if I do or when I throw again, I will try to add more to the drill, like a stride and more intent.
I will post the video in this thread, I look forward to your comments!