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MaxVelo: The Best Velocity Development Program Available. Period.
If you want to put 3-9 MPH on your fastball, our MaxVelo program is the best possible program out there that gets the job done. Driveline Baseball blends the use of high-speed video, weight training, weighted baseballs, advanced deceleration training, manual therapy, and motor unit recruitment improvement concepts to deliver the premier product on the market when it comes to developing a big league fastball.
Other programs out there use second-rate deceleration training methods, which have become all the rage on the Internet lately. They’ll tell you that they came up with the concept of training deceleration through “holds” and that it was a major breakthrough when it came to training athletes.
But what if I told you that the concept of training deceleration to improve acceleration had been around for decades and originated with Olympic Track and Field training by the Soviets? These concepts are not foreign to anyone who knows anything about training elite athletes in all fields, yet groups out there are just now paying attention to rudimentary deceleration concepts?
They’re behind the times. Driveline Baseball has been training athletes to improve their deceleration patterns and strengths for years now with outstanding results. Here’s what Joe Marsh (who went from 77 to 90 MPH) had to say about his time in the MaxVelo Program:
I was new to the Seattle area and hadn’t played baseball for a while, but really wanted to get back into it. I found Kyle while browsing the internet and what I found was exactly what I was looking for: a place to work out with other ball players, a place to throw, and a place to get better. But Driveline Baseball is much more; Kyle implements methods of biomechanics and new training and throwing programs that I had never heard of. Kyle’s program has you squatting, deadlifting, doing med-ball work, throwing heavy balls, throwing under-weight balls, and a lot more. And it all works. I came into Kyle’s place throwing mid 70’s, and less than five months later I left touching 90. That pretty much speaks for itself. It’s a lot of work, but if you’ve got the will and the desire to get better, Kyle is the man for the job.
Training in our first-rate facility
Driveline Baseball is located within the RIPS Baseball complex in south Seattle, a beautiful training facility that encompasses over 12,000 square feet of space with eight cages, a full weight room, and everything you need to develop the 90 MPH heater you want.
But don’t worry – if you’re interested in doing the MaxVelo program from remote, we offer Remote Consultation packages too.
And if you want to train your team on the MaxVelo program, we’re going to release the MaxVelo program in its entirety by late Summer 2013, which will include a published book, online resources, and a forum dedicated to logging workouts.
But if you can’t wait until then to start on the road to 90 MPH, then we suggest getting in touch with us ASAP. You won’t regret it.