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Unleash Your Pitching Arm Potential: Breaking Free from Artificial Constraints


Hey there, pitchers & Pitching Coaches,

Ever felt like your throwing arm is being suffocated by artificial constraints?

We’re here to shake things up and unleash the potential of your pitching arm in a whole new way.

You see, the notion of trying to “PROTECT” the arm by slapping on restrictions and limitations?

It’s actually doing the opposite of what you might think. It’s like wrapping your arm in bubble wrap and hoping it’ll perform at its best. But in reality, it’s stifling its potential for true health and strength.

Your pitching arm isn’t just a tool to be controlled; it’s a powerhouse of potential waiting to be unleashed. Your personal Motor Profile isn’t about conforming to someone else’s idea of the perfect pitch; it’s about tapping into your innate strengths and letting them shine on the mound.

Think about it: your natural abilities as a pitcher aren’t something to be moulded or restricted. They’re meant to evolve and grow with you, honed by your experiences and nurtured by those who believe in your unique talents.

So let’s ditch the one-size-fits-all approach and embrace the beauty of individualized pitching styles. Let’s recognize that each pitcher has their unique strengths and movements that deserve to be celebrated, not stifled.

Pitching isn’t just about control; it’s about expression – letting your body move naturally and fluidly, guided by intention rather than constraint. By breaking free from rigid training programs and standardized approaches, we can unlock the full potential of your pitching arm and set you on the path to true excellence.

So, pitchers, let’s rewrite the playbook and reclaim the joy of pitching authentically, healthily, and with passion. Together, we can revolutionize the game and pave the way for a new era of pitching greatness.

2 thoughts on “Unleash Your Pitching Arm Potential: Breaking Free from Artificial Constraints

  1. The big problem of recent years is that both from social media and from technology, we are seeing the consequences every day even in MLB, we are only trying to create “more effective” pitches, which move more horizontally or vertically. All these upheavals do nothing but destroy the internal characteristics of each pitcher, leading him inexorably towards injury. I hope that coaches understand the importance of respecting the motor profiles of their pitchers and that, by working in this direction, everyone can excel by getting the most out of their body. I believe BAID could be the perfect tool to obtain the best possible results.

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