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03
2013

Roger Bannister and the 95 MPH Fastball

Contrary to the article’s title, Roger Bannister was not a flamethrowing lefty. He was, in fact, the first man to break the four-minute mile in 1954. Many were trying to break the four-minute mile all around the world, but couldn’t manage to do so. Bannister’s methods involved havi...

03
13
2013

Elite Weighted Baseballs Now On Sale!

The moment everyone has been waiting for (well, me at least) has arrived – our Driveline Velocity MaxVelo Elite Weighted Baseballs are now available for purchase! And to celebrate the launch, we’re giving people 10% off until end of March. The cost for our high-quality weighted baseball...

07
20
2011

The Marriage of Rotation and Linear Translation: The Lower Half (Part One)

It’s no stretch to say that hundreds of thousands of words have been written on the mechanics of the lower half as it applies to pitching and hitting, and most of them are inflammatory responses between various “camps” of theorists that believe they understand the perfect motion of...

03
28
2011

Lack of Fitness: In-Season Programming Gone Wrong

In-season programming for baseball athletes is a tricky subject. Eric Cressey has written a lot about the subject as of late, and I highly recommend you check it out. But I wanted to tackle some of the specific cases we’ve seen in our facility lately, and show how in-season programming can be...