Yesterday, I welcomed four new professional clients in our doors for the first time.
Two of the pitchers are in the big leagues and the other was a 1st round pick this past season. The second guy was a supplemental 1st rounder, two years ago.
It’s quiet inside the facility on a school day and the only other person there is a trainer from across the hall. The facility connects with a fitness center.
He recognizes one of the guys and ask…”Lantz, what will you do with a guy like that? Work on his mechanics?”
Good question, right?
Like most of us, his first inclination is to think pitching mechanics.
But that’s the last thing you really want to do, especially with players of this caliber.
I’d hate to be the guy John Kruk is referring to next year on Baseball Tonight, I can hear him now…”This just isn’t the same guy from last year, I spoke to him before tonights game and he told me how he made some tweaks to his mechanics over the winter and I’ve got to say, it’s set him back.”
Wouldn’t that suck?
It’s hard. Because you’re constantly weighing the risk vs reward with any minute change. Where do you start, where do you end?
For years, mechanical adjustments were the alpha and omega for me.
I was a pitching mechaddict.
And then I heard Tony Robichaux say, “I don’t even talk about pitching mechanics. In fact, when the conversation starts, I leave the room and let those guys fight it out in the hall.”
And then my buddy Butch Thompson says, “The pitchers being tested down at ASMI have never once repeated their mechanics, pitching mechanics are like snowflakes.”
Holy crap, great point.
So, where do you start?
We live in a time where we are all pitching mechaddicts.
But that can change.
It’s time we enrolled in rehab. Got off the needle and realized there’s so much more to pitching than mechanics.
And you can.
In fact, there’s an extensive workshop for pitching mechaddicts, it’s called Pitch-a-Palooza.
And some of the brightest pitching minds in the world will be on stage spilling their guts and it’s information that you won’t find on the internet…
Tony Robichaux will teach you how to FEEL the difference between balls and strikes.
Scott Brown is going to reveal how he created the #1 staff in college baseball, develops power arms and did it without ever once, changing mechanics.
And that’s what you will learn in just 2 hours.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again…
We are locking the doors and taking up all recording devices at the door on Saturday. Because we can’t risk the information that we’re going to share with you getting out.
You’ll learn how we’ve developed 100 mph arms, revamped arm action and created a self-teaching system for pitchers that took us years to patent.
If you want in, you better hurry because there are very few seats available and the price will rise at midnight.
Information is only powerful when you’re the only one with the information.
Be there when the curtain drops for Pitch-a-Palooza
To your continued development,