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Dustin Pease
Former Pro LHP (SD, KC, IND) |Author | Speaker | Pitching Coach | Mission: Command = Success. Velocity COMPLEMENTS your ability to command. Skill Acquisition.
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Dustin Pease 31m
Some would say the point of pitching as well.
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Dustin Pease 2h
After a great convo with talking about baseball, tech, & his work in force plate development we dove down some rabbit holes of skills, movements, and mechanical aspects of pitching pertaining to performance. Awesome stuff✊ Also recommended a read right up my alley.👊
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Dustin Pease 2h
That would be called a quick pitch. ruling?
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Dustin Pease 4h
Should be interesting to see what happens when half the league quits when its implemented. They can talk about this changing all they want, theres ample work to be done here. There is going to be extreme inconsistency with zone/calls.
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Dustin Pease 4h
Replying to @lokationnation
Baseball world if you are gonna ride or die trying to teach pitchers to LEARN NEW SKILLS they dont already possess at a max intensity / redlined RPE 👉how much failure will it take to step back & 🤔 We cant keep telling ourselves this, these fantasies dont become realities...
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Dustin Pease 4h
So we are ok with tossing 60mph to get loose laddering effort to 90mph for the game... But it doesnt make sense for us to throw accurately at 60mph laddering task proficiency, incrementalize intensity w task, because we dont throw that / those speeds in the game... 🤔
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Matt Caraccio 6h
🌟Player Problem-Solver Paradigm More evidence. 'Surprise' is not an input. You don't surprise someone on the field of play. Rather deception & manipulation speak to a player's sensitivity to various sources of info & their ability exploit those opportunities.
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Marcus Stroman 18h
Only place positive energy within your aura.
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Dustin Pease 16h
Replying to @lokationnation
We can be variably efficient in how we deliver intensity through authentic patterns.
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Dustin Pease 16h
Most would consider stopping at your balance point to disrupt timing of the hitter, a mechanical deficiency in terms of creating momentum & maximizing output, yet.... guys still huck fuel stopping halfway through their motion. Meanwhile we have sprinting throwers...
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Rob Gray May 23
Good study! Discussed in most episode of the podcast :)
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Dustin Pease 23h
If you have the yips and are looking for help, I will charge you $0 to work with you, remotely, or if you decide to travel to Maryland; you are responsible for all travel expenses. If this is of interest: No DM’s No @‘s Inquire through Email only. Dustin@lokationnation.com
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Dustin Pease May 23
Replying to @drsosterer
Congrats man! An amazing time. Best wishes from my family to yours.
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Dustin Pease May 22
Throwing & hitting balls harder is only a competitive advantage if you possess skills that afford you to utilize the trait... We agree right?
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Marcus Stroman May 22
I compete. That’s it. Didn’t know I had to cater to opposing teams to like me. Everyone messes with timing, deliveries and pitching mechanics these days. Everyone. Get over it. I’m going to keep that dawg mentality always. Pops raised me right and approves of it all! 🤷🏾‍♂️
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Dustin Pease May 22
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Dustin Pease May 22
Replying to @lokationnation
This is one way to utilize constraints base methods for working on command. Other ways to constrain are location rules and scoring methods.
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Dustin Pease May 22
Throwing it down the middle is bad? Who knew 🤔 Hey everyone: “Just throw strikes...”
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