Kinematics turn your “linear” motion into a “rotational” masterpiece!
Your kinematically-generated, "linear" motion creates a throwing action which prohibits any lower body involvement.
When your front leg lift causes your front hip to end up higher than your back hip, your knees have no separation between your knees (a Physical Requirement) and your mind senses an “imbalance” (a Neurological Reaction). To get back “in balance”, your mind commands you to lower your front hip (a Physiological Reaction). Lowering your front hip force you to make a linear move down the mound. As you move down the mound, you use your throwing arm to offset your weight shift (a Psychological Reaction). Once your front foot gets back on the ground, you mind senses your weight is back to center (a Psychological Reaction), you free your throwing arm to deliver your next pitch.
When you combine a linear motion and world-class eye-hand coordination you can succeed, but the kinematic conflict between the throwing arm path you want and the path your psychological reactions demand your arm take never disappears. The battle between what you want and what your body needs means you’re always at risk for missing your target over the plate.
Your kinematically-driven "rotation" use your 4 "Universal Fundamentals" to create sustainable pitching excellence.
We interpret your kinematic reactions to show you how to end your front leg lift with your weight centered within your knees (Neurological Reaction and Physical Requirements) which keeps your arms free to move the way you want (a Psychological Reaction). You move your free glove side back to trigger your lower body rotation (a Physiological Reaction). Your glove side movement forces your throwing arm to freely and instantly respond to your planned lower body rotation with a spontaneous and highly productive throwing reflex (a Psychological Reaction).
Your kinematically-driven chain reaction contains (1) the right foot placements and (2) the correct back-knee orientation which (3) combines with a proper front lift that'll end your front leg lift with your hips level, your core upright and, most importantly, your glove side free to force your lower body to produce a kinematically-driven, highly productive and completely spontaneous throwing reflex.
Our kinematic pitching model resolves your most frustrating inconsistencies!
Tom House, Dick Mills, Dr. Mike Marshall, Chris O'Leary, Paul Nyman, their disciples as well as all the people you can follow on books or websites promote some action proven to produce a kinematically-generated, linear motion.
The linear motion these well-marketed programs generate force you to forever wonder where your next pitch will end up.
To survive each outing, you throw away everything that's been told you and innocently treat the spontaneous kinematic reactions you generate as controllable actions. Your well-intentioned plan of attack causes you to waste hundreds of hours on the mound trying to figure out what you need to do to be more competitive and to become totally baffled why none of what you do ever sticks???
Kinematics effortlessly corrects the flaws these hyper-marketed programs bring to the table.
Either you manage your kinematics, or your kinematics manages you. The choice is yours!
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