Science Of Pitching

The Yips: A Love Story

2021-04-09T14:49:56+00:00

I cried last week — about five times.   Anyone [...]

The Yips: A Love Story2021-04-09T14:49:56+00:00

Smooth Is Fast? Not So Fast

2021-04-16T17:29:44+00:00

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).

Smooth Is Fast? Not So Fast2021-04-16T17:29:44+00:00

How We Individualize Workload To Decrease Injury Risk And Maximize Performance Gains

2021-04-16T17:37:35+00:00

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?

How We Individualize Workload To Decrease Injury Risk And Maximize Performance Gains2021-04-16T17:37:35+00:00

It’s Time For A Revolution in Throwing Rehab

2021-04-16T18:01:13+00:00

The UCL, Labrum, and rotator cuff aren’t the most highly vascularized tissues, they do receive some blood flow, and therefore under the right conditions, they are capable of remodeling themselves to resist the stresses under which they are placed.

It’s Time For A Revolution in Throwing Rehab2021-04-16T18:01:13+00:00

ARMory Guy Gained 24 mph in 3 Years and Got a D1 Power 5 Scholarship

2021-04-16T18:05:36+00:00

24 mph in just over three years? For some, that may seem unrealistic, but gains like that are not uncommon here at The Florida Baseball ARMory. They happen so frequently that we’re no longer surprised. We’re always thrilled, but never surprised. And with the right individualized training plan, they can happen for anyone, including you.

ARMory Guy Gained 24 mph in 3 Years and Got a D1 Power 5 Scholarship2021-04-16T18:05:36+00:00

Jake Odorizzi: The Odo Solution

2021-04-16T18:18:30+00:00

In 2019, Jake Odorizzi went from being a promising middle of the rotation arm to one of the best starting pitchers in baseball. Jake trained with us for more than 3 months and according to an interview he did on MLB Network, the he credits the work he did at The ARMory for his success.

Jake Odorizzi: The Odo Solution2021-04-16T18:18:30+00:00

Got Cut? Good.

2021-04-16T18:25:50+00:00

A professional baseball player who was cut from his high school team? We see that all the time. Here is a story on one of players who made the transformation from left out to a pro closer.

Got Cut? Good.2021-04-16T18:25:50+00:00

How Kyle Gibson Earned The Best Season Of His Career and a $30 Million Contract

2021-04-16T18:38:25+00:00

It has been nothing short of an honor and a privilege to work with Kyle over the past couple of years. He’ll be hard at work this winter, and if I know Kyle, the Rangers can count on him being even better than ever. His willingness to take the extraordinary step of rejecting the status quo and seeking solutions outside of mainstream baseball is a testament to his commitment to the relentless pursuit of excellence. We are proud to call Kyle Gibson a ARMory Guy!

How Kyle Gibson Earned The Best Season Of His Career and a $30 Million Contract2021-04-16T18:38:25+00:00

The Gang Leader: Self-Organization of Four Menacing Velo Robbers

2021-04-16T18:39:57+00:00

In our analysis of the pitching motion, the “gang leader” is known as “The Back-Leg Attractor,” or the first move. If the first move goes awry, the body is forced to choose from one or all of four different compensatory moves to get back on track.

The Gang Leader: Self-Organization of Four Menacing Velo Robbers2021-04-16T18:39:57+00:00

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