okay. So ya its good to have debates, because we are both learning stuff from it. I have learned a little from you kyleb, but i still think that u have stuff to learn as well.
Lanky lefty might have gained 20mph. But how old was he, what was his height, weight, when he first begin to add on the mph. Because it could have just been genetics catching up on him.
Lets say he was 16 at the time and lets say in 4 years he gained 20mph. Whatever just an example. Anyways your body doesn’t stop growing until you are 20-22 i think. So it could have just been his genetics.
You can’t say you can teach velocity.
Tell me how Tim Lincecum has clocked over 100mph at one time. He is only 5’9 160lbs i believe. Was he taught velocity, by gaining over 300lbs on his deadlift, squat, row, or whatever training assesment you have at your facility.
Of course not. Its genetics. His dad was a great ball player too, if you never knew that. You should read the article(great article)
Thats one example of how you can’t teach velocity. All i want to state is that by you posting on the bottom of your page gain 4-7mph. Thats crap. Don’t say that, because you don’t actually know what the gains are coming from. It could be natural genetics catching up on them and they might have gained 10mph if it weren’t from you.
Basically u can’t teach velocity. You either have it or don’t. Your genetics will catch up to you. If you can teach velcoity. Then shouldn’t everyone be able to touch at least 95mph. Thats what you are stating.