Hi guys, I’ve posted some shots of my son in the last two years and appreciate the feedback. We’ve worked on some great comments from position of the feet in the stretch to the “momentum” aspect of the delivery which he didn’t have any before.
Here are some late shots from a few weeks ago. One thing I’ll say is we’ve incorporated another slight change to this. I’ve read Dusty D’s reviews on here and thought process and reviewed the slow motion clips of a lot of MLB players, including Dusty’s 15 year old son. One of the things that has helped is the tip Dusty gave on putting my hand under the front armpit and then slightly pushing the backhip to give my kid the feel of the front hip leading more. Additionally, I had him slightly tilt the shoulders a little. This seemed to result in a better transfer of the weight and to keep his top half from getting out to far ahead. These shots are pre tilt. I know you don’t really want to keep your weight back…but the slight tilt seems to have connected him more from these shots where his top may have been creeping forward with his front hip a little too much
any thoughts appreciated
Apologize for the lack of light…it’s the best we could do here
There is a back, backside and angled view
Front Angled view