Pitcure of Me At Full Stride


#1

Here’s a picture of me at full stride, since I was unable to get a video.

I think it’s the game where I was pitching 69 - 75. Not sure though.

Tell me if I’m doing anything wrong, and what I’m doing right.

Thanks. Here it is:

Does that look the same as Mariano Rivera? It’s the best picture I could find of him, since he’s one of the besat closers in the MLB.

Let me know on this please. Thanks.


#2

We can’t help you w/o any video. A picture doesn’t show us your timing, how you started, or how you’ll finish.


#3

if i were u i wouldnt want to have mechanics like rivera, their some of the worst in the league… :lol: jus kidding their pretty good id say…but as for your pic, get a video


#4

Ok I’ll try to get a video.


#5

[quote=“FB_Pitch14”]Here’s a picture of me at full stride, since I was unable to get a video. I think it’s the game where I was pitching 69 - 75. Not sure though.

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The picture looks good.

Your hips are rotating well before your shoulders (ala the picture of Rivera).

Your timing also looks good. I can tell that your shoulders are just starting to turn (and your upper arm is externally rotating).

Finally, I like that your front knee is still bent (rather than stiff).


#6

I agree with Chris’s comments. I also like that your back foot is still on the ground and your glove is out front. But it looks like you’re leaning towards 1B a little too much for my liking.


#7

bad mechinics

look at your arm and ur front foot

most off your weight is already on your front foot and you still have even got your arm 1/3 of the relses point

your bodys not into your pitch your just hurling your arm


#8

Your stride looks way too short. Both of your legs are almost completely straight. You could get way more out of your legs.


#9

Your stride looks way too short. Both of your legs are almost completely straight. You could get way more out of your legs.
A short stride is indicitive of poor hip action. You need to make sure your lead hip is out in front of your lead shoulder. Allows for proper timing and for a good long stride. You want to be striding in my opinion, a minimum of 80% your height.


#10

[quote=“Paul Magion”]bad mechinics

look at your arm and ur front foot

most off your weight is already on your front foot and you still have even got your arm 1/3 of the relses point

your bodys not into your pitch your just hurling your arm[/quote]

I completely disagree.


#11

[quote=“SnakeManiac72”]Your stride looks way too short. Both of your legs are almost completely straight. You could get way more out of your legs.
A short stride is indicitive of poor hip action. You need to make sure your lead hip is out in front of your lead shoulder. Allows for proper timing and for a good long stride. You want to be striding in my opinion, a minimum of 80% your height.[/quote]

I completely disagree.

He already is striding something like 80%.