[quote=“dm59”][quote=“Professional Pitching Sol”]When watching most Top Flight Starting Major League Pitchers, they maximize their linear rotation. Their Bodies move forward around the time their Glove Hand moves in front of their Glove Side Elbow.[/quote]This is very confusing. Can you show video or stills that illustrate this idea?
[quote=“Professional Pitching Sol”]The more you build linear rotation and reduce your forward momentum, the more you’ll realize full speed with less effort.[/quote]Can you elaborate on how this is?
[quote=“Professional Pitching Sol”]Again, supported by Top Flight Major League Pitching Videos, the higher you keep your Hands, the less likely you’re going to lose your Core … the less likely your going to lose the vertical axis around you want to revolve.[/quote]Another very confusing statement. Stills or video are required to illustrate. Also, where are these “Top Flight Major League Pitching Videos” you are referring to. Capitalizing the phrase like this implies something very official.
Also, we need to be all on the same page with respect to terminologies here. Your use of the word “core” seems to fit your own particular definition. Without a common understanding of the terms, messages won’t be received as intended. I also do not recommend that we redefine the term “core”.[/quote]
I think I know what he is saying
- He wants him to start the hips going Fwd as the lead leg comes up and to close up.
But as to the linear rotation, Not sure because you do not want to become to linear then you don’t have as much rotation.
You want to have a little of both.
- In reference to core I’m shooting in the dark here; but I think it is the abs/groin muscles to help stableise the motion to help in the pitch. And to squeese the knees to keep the ability load the core.
- And as to the vertical axis would this be the spine?
May be completly off base on this