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Biomechanics: Control Object Completed!

| Pitching Mechanics
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Big news – Matt and I finished the 18-point control object for the biomechanics lab project to be hosted at North Seattle Baseball Association! You can see all the pictures we took on our Flickr page, but here’s a few good ones:

Matt @ Home Depot
Matt Measuring/Building @ Home Depot

Kyle @ NSBA - Inside the Fully-Built Control Object!
Kyle @ NSBA - Inside the Fully-Built Control Object!

Matt @ NSBA - Doing Last-Minute Calculations Before Video Digitization!
Matt @ NSBA - Doing Last-Minute Calculations Before Video Digitization!

It’s a fun and exciting time to be training at Driveline Baseball – we’ll soon be offering full three-dimensional digitization of your pitching delivery to fully analyze the biomechanics of your throwing motion. A full report containing kinematic values (and soon kinetic values) comparing them to ideal ranges will help you increase your fastball velocity and help reduce the chance of injury.

Members in our Semi-Private Training Groups will receive first crack at discounted packages – join today!

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