I am currently playing in a fallball league that plays on sundays. I have football mon-sat and this takes up most of my time. I longtoss and do band resistance exercises during the week, although i feel that i want to do more for my pitching during the week. Is there anything else that i can do to keep up with and improve my pitching? All advice is appreciated
when i feel like i have nothing 2 do but i wanna work i just do balance drills and take out drills
in the trainers room at my school i jus take one of those foam half cylinder things thats flat on one side and round on the other and get to my balance point and hold there for a few seconds and then finish my motion
for the take out drills i just do the same thing either on the foam thing or off and i practice breaking my hands at the right time and making sure i use my glove side arm to go out towards my target
and then tehres also the towel drill
You forgot a ‘6+’ option in your poll
Towel Drill, Mirror Drill, throw, hershiser drill
hey whats a hershieser drill?
Yea I can’t say I’ve heard that drill either Spence what is it?
Where’s the 20+ option?
Stand next to a chain link fence or padded wall, lift knee and stride into the fence/wall. The hip (or back pocket) should be the first thing to touch the fence/wall. This drill allows you to practice leading with the front hip and to get the hips moving sideways toward the target early (like before the peak of the knee lift).
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Notice he’s leading with the front hip. No balance point there.
[quote=“Wales Diesel”]Yea I can’t say I’ve heard that drill either Spence what is it?
Where’s the 20+ option?[/quote]
Roger answered your question.
Hey! Where’s the 168 hours a week option?
i guess that drill is good if u agree with the no balance point ideology, but i believe in the balance point so im gonna stay away form that 1