Want To Increase Pitching Velocity…Build a Better Braking System

27 July 2009 • Major League Insider Training.

Welcome to another Episode of the Major League Insider Blog!

Are you still looking for the competitive edge that can get you
to start throwing harder than your opponents by knowing
the right exercises you MUST be doing now?

If that is the case, then you’re going to love this week’s blog!

From the popular Shoulder “De-ACCELERATION” series comes
yet another exercise that might change the way you think
about speeding up the arm and increasing velocity…by yes…
teaching it how to slow down more efficiently!


Watch and I’ll explain…..

Need to pick up your own Jump Band to start doing these
exercises and start adding some serious MPH today??

Click here to order with my special “INsider Discount”

That does it for this week’s blog

Make sure to send in any questions you might have to questions@majorleagueinsidertraining.com
and be sure to leave your comments below! They are always welcome.

Til next week,

Best in health and baseball,

10 Responses to “Want To Increase Pitching Velocity…Build a Better Braking System”

  1. Harry says:

    I’ts great again Jeff!

    the Netherlands

  2. Mike Sessa says:

    Whay band width do you recommend for a 17-18 year old?


  3. lisa silver says:

    Do you recommend this band for an 11 year old, and if so, do they come in different sizes, and how do you choose the right size?


  4. Jeff says:

    I would recommend the 1/2″ size for kids 16 and under and the 1″ size for kids and adults over the age of 16. Thanks….Jeff

  5. Jacobdoulbeduce says:

    I am a 115 pound, 5 foot 10 inch, 14 year old catcher. I was wonder what u suggest i should get to help build muscle that will help me both behind the plate and in the batters box. Please respond quickly.

    Thanks Jake

  6. Edd Eaton says:

    unable to watch video.

  7. Neil Bruner says:

    I’m a 15 year old and I’ve been doing the MLIT program for a while now and I’m beginning the sports specific stage. I’ll be done in 4 weeks and my season doesn’t start up until January. What would you recommend doing for training once I finish? Would starting over at the power phase and going back and forth between power and sports specific be smart?

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