The Physics of Pitching by Len Solesky
Learn the Mechanics, Science, and Psychology of Pitching to Success

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The Physics of Pitching is a well-rounded and comprehensive study that explores the formula for success in pitching and the secret to staying healthy and injury free. It brings together the expertise of a professional scout and pitching consultant, a former major league pitcher and current pitching coach, a sports orthopedic surgeon, and a strength and conditioning specialist. Step-by-step instruction is combined with a discussion of the fundamentals of pitching mechanics and kinetics, physiology and orthopedics, weight training, and the mental and strategic sides of baseball. Illustrated throughout with step-by-step photography and detailed illustrations of the key mechanics.



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Len Solesky was a professional scout for 18 years and a pitching consultant for 9 years. He teaches a new approach to pitching that incorporates recent medical advances. James T. Cain is the author of One-on-One Baseball, written with former Yankee coach Dom Scala. Cain's son is continuing a family pitching tradition by playing for Washington University in St. Louis. Rusty Meacham pitched for professional league baseball teams for almost 20 seasons, with his most successful stretch coming as a reliever with the Kansas City Royals from 1992-1995. Meacham's success has carried over to a career as a teacher and pitching coach, most recently with minor league clubs in the Washington Nationals system. Bruce Curtis has been a professional photographer for many decades, contributing to such esteemed publications as Time, Life, and Sports Illustrated
Published June 2, 2011 by MVP Books. 192 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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