See for yourself how The Core Velocity Belt has taken over college baseball!
What’s The Core Velocity Belt and how does it work?
If you’ve ever asked that question, here’s your chance to see it in action.
I wish I could show you the twenty other videos that accompany The Core Velocity Belt but I can’t, some things are so good you’ve just got to keep them secret.
Over the years, it’s been 10 now, I’ve tried everything.
It started out with a back support brace but I discovered it did more harm than good and I’ll tell you why in a moment.
For now, let’s review how The Core Velocity Belt help you:
Have you heard the story about the future 1st round pitcher that had Tommy John…and then broke his elbow during his return?
But, what’s different about this story is his return.
Learn how an undersized pitcher that experienced catastrophic injuries, not only made his return but surpassed any and all expectations when he reached 102 mph.
Read his story here.
Are you looking to create more hip/shoulder separation?
Unfortunately, that’s probably why you struggle to increase your velocity and struggle to throw strikes.
In fact, you’re probably attempting to achieve hip/shoulder separation the “wrong way”, but if you’re looking for the truth about hip/shoulder separation and want to find a fast and effective way to get there…
This post is definitely what you’ve been looking for.
Did you know?
The hips are responsible for everything you do in the game of baseball?
In fact, here’s why your velocity is at the mercy of your hips…
But, that’s not all, you probably had no idea the hips did this…
It proved what I’d been saying all along!
The first thing I did was forward it to Paul Nyman and in a matter of hours he had a side/side comparison of the MLB pitcher!
I couldn’t believe my eyes!
I was staring at a MLB client of mine that’s velocity was soaring, and get this…his arm action looked totally different than it did 5 weeks ago!
Did you know you could increase your velocity and power at the plate by learning to use more of your lower body?
The area I see most young players struggling with is the hips.
going to be a little more specific, I refer to it as the center mass, the area between the belly button and the top of the thigh.
Enough of that, here’s what you’re going to see.
Bryce Harper and Lance McCullers, two guys that really know how to use the hips.
Afterwards, I’m going to compare them to a Little League Player, cool stuff!