If you ever wanted to know what really goes on behind closed doors at BaseballThinkTank, here's a glimpse for ya... Inside the video, Scott Brown - pitching coach at [...]
I hesitated to show you this today... In this business, there's a saying... "Information is only powerful... When you're the ONLY one with the information." Today I'm going to share [...]
Do you want to know a very quick way to increase your velocity? But - I've got warn you... Today's post has nothing to do with mechanics, weighted ball programs [...]
Looking for a world-class training tool? One, designed for elbow strengthening exercises. Engineered to attack shoulder pain. And costs less than $3? If that's the case, you're in the [...]
I couldn't believe it when I heard it. I've heard a lot of stories and facts about weighted baseballs, but to hear a trainer say this... Shocked the **** out of me...
Why are so many pitchers experiencing elbow injuries and Tommy John surgery? Glad you asked, because I'm getting ready to share my opinion... but I have to warn you, if your sensitive, you may want to leave now. In the past few weeks, there have been multiple discussions pertaining to the elbow injuries and I've yet to hear a reason that jumped out at me. It's the same old stuff, time after time...
If the village idiot asked you to smell his finger, would you? More on that in a moment... Right now, let's talk about the epidemic of tommy john surgeries and elbow injuries. Before we begin, I want you to know, I'm not an expert, nor a doctor... In fact, it took me 6 freakin' years to graduate from college, at a state school in KY. So, all these scientific based principles are way over my head, that's why I created Baseball Think Tank.
Seriously fellas, when will it end? I’ll be the first to say, I’m guilty! There, I said it, guilty! That’s the first step in making amends to all the pitchers [...]
In Part 3:To Pronate or Not to Pronate I took several “pitching mechanics experts” to task for their statements (beliefs) regarding pronation. One of those taken to task was Brent [...]
Today’s post is to not necessarily to educate you, it’s to inform. I’m sure most of you pitching guys are aware of the term, the inverted W. The term was [...]