[quote=“kbm2589”]alright, so how do i know that i have good mechanics what do i need to look for, because i have changed my mechanics so much time and i wouldnt like to change it anymore, because im afraid i will lose more velocity if i change it.
So what to you will be a good mechanic that will increase my velocity like i said before i throw 78-80 mph and i need to make it 85-89 mph before college season starts i willing to do anything and if mechanics will help i will do it. But i need to know what is a good pitching mechanic, because watching mlb pitchers confuses me because there are so many different pitching mechanics and i dont know which is right one so if somebody could help me please leave me a comment thanks.
Also ppl be telling to stride more, to move my hips forward, etc. But i dont know if im doing it right or wrong if somebody could post something that will help me in tis i would really appreciate it. Thanks
Sry for the essay but im really serious about this.[/quote]
Mechanics are one piece of the velocity puzzle. Strength and conditioning is another. I have written essays on this subject to try and explain it to RIStar, but to no avail.
If you only have access to dumbbells and bands, I would recommend Ross Enamait’s book Never Gymless. Like the title says, it focuses on getting a complete workout without a gym. It uses a lot of bodyweight type work along with the bands. I think that you would be really happy with this results from this book. You can check it out at www.rosstraining.com
If you have any questions, I do have this book and base my workout regimen on it, so feel free.