How can I get back my speed? Or just learn better? Why is my skill level decreasing? And do I need to do anything to fix it? Should I focus on a specific skill?
So, here’s what you need to know:
If you’re looking to throw a fastball, throw the fastball. You don’t need to throw a cutter or changeup, and the one you’re looking to learn should probably be a fastball.
If you’re looking to throw a breaking ball, you should definitely throw a curveball. You don’t need to throw a slider, even if your breaking ball looks good, but a slider should be included when you’re looking for a changeup.
All three of those throws can be pretty hard to pull off if you’re not used to them. If you do, focus on how to pull something off better.
To throw a fastball, pick your release point about two inches and six milliseconds before you release and throw the ball. You need to get your arms down and back before you release, because if you try to hang back after the arm extends, you’ll overshoot on the fastball and miss easily. If you miss the ball, get your arms and legs down and back again before you release.
To throw a breaking ball, make sure your arms are about three-tenths of an inch from when you release the ball and then throw the ball about halfway up or down. You’ll need to do this again the second you release the ball, so make sure you’ve got your arm in the right place before you throw.
To throw a curveball, the release point is closer to your hand after you release than before you throw.
And if you already know how to throw one, there’s no substitute for throwing a pitch. Throw one pitch, and then go to the other.
Throw a pitch – and learn to throw at least three.
This is the last thing you need to do, because a lot of pitchers (and even a lot of guys in general) don’t have time to learn the finer points of pitching. So don’t stress about this part – learn it the first time. Keep working at it and get it easier over time. It’s also great to practice throwing at least three pitches on a day with no rest when you don’t do anything.
That’s it for throwing – focus on improving your mechanics, and you’ll be hitting the balls that way in no time
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