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Honestly, You Could Go The Rest Of Your Life And Never, Ever Find A Line-Up Like This All In One Place… Could YOU?
Paul Nyman, “The Godfather Of Modern Day Pitching Mechanics”
Paul has something that everyone of you guys will be interested in, trust me! He’s actually taking
video and laying it out in a way that’s simple and easy to understand, let’s just say it blew my
mind when he gave me a look! It’s freaking incredible and the best part, it’s a “HOW TO”!
Most of what you read and see from today’s pitching guru’s is rooted, if not taken, directly from
the information Paul was preaching almost 20 years ago! His view on how the human body
delivers the baseball at maximum capabilities is still considered future-age stuff 20 years later!
Scott Brown, Vanderbilt University, Pitching Coach 2014 World Series Champs
Scott is one my good friends and I spend a lot of time taking advantage of being able to speak with Scott and see first-hand how what he does with the Vandy pitching staff. What I like about
Scott’s coaching style is he promotes, demands is a better word, an individual style and program
for each of his pitchers. He’s going to open up the floor and allow you to ask “ANY” question
that you’d like about what they do, when they do it and best of all, “HOW TO!”
By the way, Scott will be the lead speaker for the “Bonus – Core Velocity Belt Training
Session”. Scott’s going to walk you through each and every exercise and drill he uses to develop
velocity while TRANSFERRING it to the strike zone, uniterrupted. You’re going to take home
some great ideas and usable, practical info that you can instantly implement them with your
Derek Johnson – Developed David Price – Sonny Gray – Major League Pitching Coach, Milwaukee Brewers
DJ serves as the minor league pitching coordinator for the Chicago Cubs and is the author of the best selling The Complete Guide To Pitching. In 2003, he began a streak of
• 10 consecutive years with having at least one pitcher drafted.
• Vanderbilt has had 32 pitchers drafted during Johnson’s tenure and…
• 6 first-round draft picks (four in the top eight picks), including…
• David Price, who was a No. 1 overall pick in June 2007.
Johnson’s other first-rounders include:
• Jeremy Sowers (2004), Casey Weathers (2007), Mike Minor (2009)…
• Sonny Gray (2011) and Grayson Garvin (2011). Jensen Lewis, a third-round pick in 2005,
joins Sowers, Price and Minor as Johnson’s pupils to reach the majors.
• 2004 National Pitching Coach of the Year
• 2010 National Assistant Coach of the Year *
Roger Williams – One of College Baseball’s Top Pitching Coaches
Roger Williams – Associate head coach Roger Williams is in his ninth season as pitching coach for the University of Louisville baseball team,
Overall, his Cardinals pitching staff:
Wes Johnson – One of College Baseball’s Top Pitching Coaches
Since arriving at DBU in 2012, Johnson has:
Johnson’s track record for development is also seen in the fact that he has had:
Wes will be joining Scott Brown to share with you how he uses The Core Velocity Belt to revamp mechanics – boost velocity – protect arms and show you how it’s increased the velocity of his elite pitching staff!
Butch Thompson – 2014 ABCA Assistant Coach of the Year
During Coach Thompson’s illustrious career, he has been an integral part of:
Eric Cressey – Trainer To Over 100 MLB Players
Eric Cressey is president and co-founder of Cressey Sports Performance, with facilities located in Hudson, MA and Jupiter, FL. A highly sought-after coach for healthy and injured athletes alike, Eric has helped athletes at all levels – from youth sports to the professional and Olympic ranks – achieve their highest levels of performance in a variety of sports.
Behind Eric’s expertise, Cressey Sports Performance has rapidly established itself as a go-to high performance facility among Boston athletes – and those that come from across the country and abroad to experience CSP’s cutting-edge methods. Eric is perhaps best known for his extensive work with baseball players, with more than 100 professional players traveling to train with him each off-season.
Tim Dixon – The Mental Locker
My name is Tim Dixon and I’ve been teaching and practicing the mental side of baseball for over 20 years. Just to give you an idea of who I am, here’s a brief list of some of my accomplishments in the sport:
Kyle Boddy, Drivelinebaseball.com
Kyle is a pitching instructor from Seattle, WA and also consults with a couple MLB teams. Kyle specializes in velocity development and has conducted years, upon years, of research with the use of weighted baseballs. His speciality and area of expertise, is velocity training and arm care.
He’s going to share with you advanced principles that you won’t find anywhere else, that’s for sure! The best part is- he’s going to show you “HOW TO” implement his information into your daily routine!
Paul Evans – 2015 National Assistant Coach of the Year
Paul Evans – Paul Evans, the Bears’ veteran pitching coach was
Lantz Wheeler – Host of Pitch-a-Palooza
Well, it’s my turn. How do you talk about yourself without sounding like a d-bag?
All I can say, is join us! I guarantee you will learn more in 72 hours than most will learn in a lifetime!
You don’t talk about yourself, that’s how! This year, I’m going to walk you through my entire program, Pitching With FEEL starting with our dynamic warm-up, why we don’t use surgical tubing (instead we THROW to warm-up) and best of all – Show you how to customize your entire throwing program using your very own personal touch.
Plus – I’m going to reveal several new ways that we use The Core Velocity Belt inside our warm-up to increase mobility… On the mound to throw more strikes… And how to easily add “On the Spot’ Arm Speed without even discussing mechanics.
It’s a Plug & Play system that’s going to make it super easy for you to take home and instantly apply to your program.
First things first, this isn’t about who I am and what I did on a baseball field. This is about information. I’m a guy who is passionate about the game, passionate about coaching and slightly obsessed with the swing. I have spent thousands upon thousands of hours studying video and swinging a bat trying to learn more about the swing.
I did play D1 college baseball and a little bit of independent ball so I do have some experience with the game at reasonably high levels. But this has everything to do with what I’ve learned since my career ended and very little to do with what I did between the lines.
Hunter Bledsoe: Bledsoe Brothers
Hunter is the all-time leading hitter at Vanderbilt University and left with a .459 SEC record batting average!
Hunter Bledsoe is my original partner with Baseball Think Tank and if there’s a more knowledgeable guy out there about hitting, I haven’t met them. He’s going to break down what he teaches to his MLB clients and give you an inside look at what we’ve learned about slow motion training to increase bat speed!
Plus, he’s going to share with you why…”The most important aspect of the swing happens before the swing!” If you’re a hitting guy, you’re going to love this!
That’s not all – Here’s who else will be presenting.