Just received The High Velocity Pitcher Video Analysis series and am watching it now. I’m very excited and ready to get started.
Questions immediately come to mind. If there is an area of the website that addresses “where to start”, please let me know.
1. What sort of camera is best for this process?
2. I was wondering about this product for throwing to. It’s called a 9 Hole Pitcher’s Pocket – http://www.hittingworld.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=ODS-9HPP&click=59
I already saw in one clip where Mr. Mills said, focus on mechanics first and the control will come. I understand this, but does it hurt to have specific targets for a newbie to throw to?
And, longer term, what is your opinion on these type of training aids for control drills? And, if this is something you like, how would you use it, specifically for drills and from the mound?
Thank you, TW
What do you mean by “where to start”? Do you mean with the DVD’s? Just start watching and taking notes if you like.
Any digital camera will do that has a pull-out window and remote so you can go frame-by-frame.
Any target will do. You can pay $100 or $500.
However right now exactly where the ball goes is not important…only improving mechanics is.
All these training targets are good for target practice…when you are ready.
But if you son has front leg or foot landing problems or a lack of stability problems then fixing those are far more important than focusing on where the ball goes since that will change when he improves.
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