First of all…Since I’m not an native English speaker, please forgive me for misusing some term in this article. The video and motion clips are following.
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My questions are:
I think that my pitching mechanic can be categorized into tall-and-fall. However, I’m wondering if I can take advantage of power supply from pitch-arm-side foot’s pushing out from the plate? Does my body move forward too early?
My lower body is not so steady when glove-side-foot´s landing. How can I correct this?
Shoulder and heap separation is not always good on my pitching mechanic. How do I keep it consistency.
The last question is about the standing position on the plate. According to my motion of pitch, is there any suggestion on my standing position on the plate where I can get more benefit? In general, I often stand on the left-front corner of the plate. Beside fastball, I have a slider-like curve ball, and my fast ball is not slow in my amateur league level. As you can see, I’m a R.H.P.
Any other advices and opinions, no matter encouragement or criticism…even one-line comment, will be fully appreciated!! (Grammar and article structures too~ lol )