You’ll throw more strikes, with more confidence, in only 21 days. Here’s why command is important. A normal strike can be a fastball up in the zone that the hitter barely misses; you got lucky. But a good strike can be a ball tailing inside that jams him; he had no chance. See the difference? When you’ve got command, you throw good strikes. Discover how to execute your pitches when you want, every time. Because when you can locate your pitches, all kinds of good things happen. You can hit your spots … go deeper into games … and get more wins. The drills and techniques in this online video course and manual make it happen for you. Having this program like having Coach Wolforth sitting next to you on the bench between innings, giving more confidence and better execution. It’s a “must have” for your video success library.
|1||The Issue 12:51|
|2||Defining the Issue 07:44|
|3||Early Launch vs. Late Launch 02:24|
|4||What Contributes to Late Launch? 04:41|
|5||Common Contributors 07:15|
|6||Important Note 01:00|
|7||Not So Fast! 01:21|
|8||Learning About Command from Golf 03:16|
|9||Other Myths About Command 02:03|
|10||How Do We Proceed? - Overview 07:50|
|11||The Bernstein Principle 01:34|
|12||Frans Bosch - Differential Learning 01:16|
|13||W. Timothy Gallwey - Inner Game Concepts 00:40|
|14||John Eliot - Trusting Mindset 00:54|
|15||Foundations of Command 101 00:25|
|16||Option #1 02:08|
|17||Option #2 01:30|
|18||Option #3 01:43|
|19||Option #4 01:06|
|20||Option #5 01:18|
|21||Option #6 00:42|
|22||Option #7 01:20|
|23||Option #8 00:52|
|24||Option #9 01:48|
|25||Important Variations 01:21|
|26||Final Thoughts 05:18|
|27||Chapter 1 Reading|
|28||Chapter 2 Reading|
|29||Chapter 3 Reading|
|30||Chapter 4 Reading|
|31||Chapter 5 Reading|
|32||About the Author|
|33||Chapter 5 Worksheet (Download)|
|34||Developing Elite Level Command Manual (Download)|
Ron R. Wolforth is the founder and CEO of Pitching Central and Ron Wolforth’s Texas Baseball Ranch in Montgomery, Texas. Coach Wolforth has written 5 books on pitching, the latest being his national best-seller The New Athletic Pitcher™. Since 2003, 64 of Coach Wolforth’s clients have been drafted, including the 2011 Golden Spikes Award winner and #3 overall pick, Trevor Bauer of the Arizona Diamondbacks. In that same time period, 114 of Coach Wolforth’s pitchers have broken the 90mph barrier. He is considered the world’s leading expert on the objective measurement of pitcher’s performance and movement patterns. No one in the world today has developed more 90 mph arms in a single location since 2003.
Coach Wolforth has consulted for 3 MLB organizations and dozens of NCAA programs. He is a regular featured author in Collegiate Baseball and has been a featured speaker at the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) National Convention five times since 1999 as well as a presenter at the American Sports Medicine Institute’s Injuries in Baseball Annual Conference. Coach Wolforth has also been utilized by Corporate Organizations such as AXA Equitable Life as a motivational coach for their branch managers, mentoring them on how to improve performance and contributions from their team members.
His 20 year passion for uncovering possible constraints and limitations to baseball performance as well as identifying the keys to accelerated growth and development stems from the fact that he was very dissatisfied with the level of his own performance as a college player and vowed to help other athletes avoid his mistakes and instead maximize their God-given potential. Hundreds of elite athletes from all over the world come to Montgomery, TX to work with Coach Wolforth. Some of his clients include Trevor Bauer, Scott Kazmir, Raul Ibanez and CJ Wilson.
While Coach Wolforth’s playing career offered few superlatives, his academic career was quite a different matter. He was named both the Physical Education and the Secondary Education student of the year at Sam Houston State University in 1983. Coach Wolforth is considered a master teacher by many in the baseball community and he has been referred to as ‘America’s Pitching Coach’ because of his practical, self-effacing and innovative approach to common performance issues.
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