A topic that routinely pops up on this site are questions related to the communication process between coach(s), player(s), and third parties (parents). Whether it be a coaching style, something said or demonstrated, or even a timing issue like second-hand remarks. Consequently, we often see as a title posting : What does this coach mean when he says …?
So, below I’ve summarized the basics of coaching pitchers. I hope this may clarify some of the approaches on the subject.
The topography of surface, environmental and other effects on linear motion, due to coordination and other multipliers, can leave equals that would otherwise compliment each other - opposing the vary topics covered during the coaching process. Muscular progression is by far not homogeneous to everyone, at various stages of life. Yet, with the gifted, progressive linear motion and other multipliers can advance faster than the assumed progress by the less gifted. The coaching process can accumulate, refine and otherwise interpret meaningful assistance and guidance to a broad spectrum of athletes only when the coaching members themselves understand the multiplier effects to liner and progressive motion.