Watch today’s video which would have come to your email address. I assume you would be signed up for my emails.
The video shows you and explains what collapsing looks like.
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If you have to sum it up in words….how would one describe collapsing while watching a pitcher who indeed does it?
Thanks Mr. Mills && Yes sir I’m signed up for them. In my opinion only a fool or someone who simply does not want to make the most out of their abilities would ignore all this powerful information.
If the pitcher continues to sit down so that his back knee moves out over his support foot toe, after hand break, then he his collasping.
This also means he cannot start his front hip toward the plate soon enough so he loses momentum.
I got a call from my son this morning after they had to be at school at 530 to throw a bullpen. Tryouts started today and this is what he said.
“Dad I could really tell when I was getting too low (i.e. collapsing). When I concentrated on staying taller the glove really popped”.
Of course this has been what we have been working on for the last couple of weeks and he is getting better, but sometimes he gets tired of always hearing me say it even if he can see it on video. So for him to see this without me around means that our next bullpen will probably be very effective.
Just thought I would throw that out there.
@Mr Mills…I took a look at that video on the night it was sent it and it was VERY helpful and I believe that video may even prove to be pivotal in my endeavor to find success at the next level. I appreciate your guidance Mr. Mills
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