I'm sorry but you are wasting time and energy by doing these leg drills. I have never seen any pitching coach teach a child to hop, skip, run or run backwards to help them pop off the mound. Dumbest thing I've ever seen! I hope she doesn't get injure eventually from them mindless training.
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Ohana Love ok just back off bitch. Why share this mean opinion? It’s not helping this video’s channel. Neither is my bickering, but it’s just a rude opinion. Just keep it to yourself. And you have to understand that some people might not respect your opinion, and one of those people is me.
We clearly are stating both of our opinions. Now I will try to end this nicely by saying we’re both even with our thoughts and I don’t want any more of this. Now good bye.
You must be very young to call someone a liar.....when I pitched we had to keep both feet in contact with the pitching rubber until we started our motion... the pivot foot, or the back foot, had to stay in contact with the rubber until the ball was released... if the back foot lost contact with the pitching rubber before the ball was released it was an illegal pitch...and yes I played and umpired in both the ISC and ASA open travel division...you might want to look up some videos by Bill Hillhouse ..one of the best pitchers and teachers in the world before you make a bigger fool put of your young self
The upper pull of the arm on follow thru is a waste of energy.. I don't see the usefulness in skipping and hopping in the drills. To produce a stable and powerful throwing platform use a good muscle specific training program.
Gotta love youtube comments. These are drills designed to emphasize on certain areas of the pitching motion. Obviously, this pitcher isn't going to pitch like that in a game. These work on balance, arm circle speed, efficiency, and a ton of leg drive which is something a lot of pitchers are lacking right now. Again, these are DRILLS.