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.
Find Your Dogadmin2021-04-16T17:42:13-04:00
Everyone, and I mean everyone has a dog in ‘em. You wanna throw hard, you gotta find your dog. Over the past 3 summers we’ve worked with more than 450 players from all over the world in our Summer Training Program. If they stayed 4 weeks, the average guy gained over 4 mph on his fastball. For most of them, it wasn’t about adding anything. It was about using what we call SAVAGE Training to reveal the dog they already had inside them.