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Speed Is A Skilladmin2022-02-21T16:33:05-05:00
Busting Through Ebookadmin2022-02-21T16:16:06-05:00
The Yips: A Love Storyadmin2021-04-09T14:49:56-04:00
I cried last week — about five times. Anyone [...]
Smooth Is Fast? Not So Fastadmin2021-04-16T17:29:44-04:00
Smooth is fast. Smooth is powerful. But smooth is not floppy. Smooth is actually the result of well-timed and synchronized co-contractions that remove muscle slack, eliminate shear forces (jerk), and amplify power, coordination and control, and protection (PCP).
Beware Of The Cult Of Averageadmin2021-04-16T17:35:12-04:00
At the ARMory we study OUTLIERS so my players can become THAT GUY! While science seeks to find common denominators among the normal, it propagates “The Cult of Average.” Average is a code word for mediocre, and that is not our goal at The Florida Baseball ARMory.
How We Individualize Workload To Decrease Injury Risk And Maximize Performance Gainsadmin2021-04-16T17:37:35-04:00
Common sense: To become an elite throwing athlete, you need to throw … a lot. BUT don't throw too much or you will get hurt. It stems from flawed assumption — that all throwing injuries are due to OVERUSE. Limit pitch counts. Control innings pitched. Take 3 months off every year. Coaches and organizations complied. Yet injury rates kept climbing. Why?
Anatomy Of A Pitcher’s Hip Hinge: First Move Nuanceadmin2021-04-16T17:40:54-04:00
A well-executed one-legged hinge is vital to increasing impulse and improving velocity. But, not all hinges are the same. The single-leg hinge must be nuanced to link the athlete’s hardware to his software. This requires an in-depth investigation and appreciation of each athlete’s unique physical characteristics and movement preferences.