Do You Have What It Takes To Be A Winning Pitcher?

Pleasant Grove, Utah (PressExposure) December 16, 2007 -- Why Pitching Mechanics? There are many reasons why a pitcher should learn how to throw a ball correctly. Here is a very short list! One is to ensure that a pitcher reduces his risk of arm injury by utilizing his entire body to throw as opposed to just relying on arm strength for velocity. Another is to have the ability to throw more consistent strikes. Randy Johnson had horrible control problems, until he learned a few pointers about mechanics. Did you know that you cannot throw a great curveball, change-up or any off-speed pitch if you don't have good fastball mechanics?

Recently The Pitching Academy released a pitching DVD covering the basic fundamentals of Mechanics. Dan Gazaway, Owner and Founder of The Pitching Academy, clearly explains how a pitcher can maximize his full throwing potential simply by implementing proper pitching techniques (mechanics) into his delivery. Coach Gazaway informs all pitchers at all levels that "without proper pitching mechanics a pitcher will fail to gain his full throwing potential, he won't know what he could have truly become."

Throwing the ball correctly is vital to your success as a pitcher! Not only do proper pitching mechanics affect the velocity and control of every pitch, they greatly reduce the risk of arm injury. The Pitching DVD is for Pitchers at all levels. It breaks down each phase of throwing the baseball as it covers how to generate explosive power for maximum velocity, utilizing your legs and hips correctly, correct balance and posture, easy to learn pitching drills and much more!

Applying what is taught through the instructional DVD, says Gazaway, you will see immediate results!

About The Pitching Academy

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Dan Gazaway is owner and founder of The Pitching Academy in Utah. He is known as a premeire pitching instructor in that area and is branching out to other states very quickly. Coach Gazaway has been an avid student of pitching for over twenty years and is continuing that pursuit so he can always offer the most up to date pitching information.

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Press Release Submitted On: December 16, 2007 at 11:40 am
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