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Training elite youth pitchers using The Dynamic Pitcher. Data tells the story. http://buff.ly/1lUyMaM
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Be sure to check out the newly-redesigned Elite Pitcher Program page on our website!
Driveline Baseball's Elite Pitcher Development program – also known as MaxVelo – is the most comprehensive, complete, and well-researched pitching development program in the world. No other program validates their results using wearable computing sensors, multiple high-speed cameras, ...
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Remember - don't miss out on our newly announced Premier Pitchers Bootcamp on February 9th!
Driveline Premier Pitchers Bootcamps are single-day sessions where pitchers of all ages are taught advanced concepts of throwing and pitching using cutting edge techniques. This bootcamp was design...
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You want a great "core" exercise? Try deadlifts.
The question on everyone's mind seems to be: Is long toss safe and effective for developing pitching velocity? We'll try to weigh in – along with our criticisms of how long toss is seen by many players and coaches. Is Long Toss Safe on the Arm? Does it Work? Detractors of long toss will ...
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There's only 2 months until HS tryouts in most states, even less time for college games. How are you preparing?
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Weighted baseballs don't work for velocity gains, eh? Better tell these researchers:
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Own a facility or training company? You need to read Dave Tate's EliteFTS story - 14 parts so far: http://buff.ly/1iA5Xdh
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Our post-throwing recovery protocol features Marc Pro® - big time. Does yours? http://buff.ly/1naKiwj
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I have a FREE pass to The Modern Overhead Athlete in Kirkland, WA on Jan 25th - RT this for a chance to win!
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If your coach is eyeing your bullpens instead of using high-speed video to spot check specific mechanical patterns... well, good luck.
The question on everyone's mind seems to be: Is long toss safe and effective for developing pitching velocity? We'll try to weigh in – along with our criticisms of how long toss is seen by many players and coaches. Is Long Toss Safe on the Arm? Does it Work? Detractors of long toss will ...
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Getting the real facts behind long toss:
The question on everyone's mind seems to be: Is long toss safe and effective for developing pitching velocity? We'll try to weigh in – along with our criticisms of how long toss is seen by many players and coaches. Is Long Toss Safe on the Arm? Does it Work? Detractors of long toss will ...
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19612 70th Ave S #2-4 Kent, WA 98032
19612 70th Avenue South #2-4USWashingtonKent98032
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"The drills and movements serve as our best pitching coaches."
"The knowledge from the staff and the veteran trainees is second to none."
"Kyle and Mike have created the perfect training environment."
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Logan Suggs
a week ago
The staff at Driveline have been crucial in my ongoing recovery from surgery. I have been following Driveline from afar for several years but finally came to their facility over a month ago. The knowledge from the staff and the veteran trainees is second to none. There are few facilities that offer what Driveline has to offer, especially with the culture they have created.
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Evan Korson
5 months ago
Training at Driveline for a month was the best thing I've done for my baseball career in my 13 years of playing. It is a tremendous environment to learn and push yourself to be better every day. I got better in one short month but I also learned how to get better. The knowledge I attained at the facility is invaluable to becoming the best I can be. If you are seriously considering furthering your baseball career and bettering yourself then I highly recommend Driveline.
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Daniel Betts
6 months ago
Kyle and Mike have created the perfect training environment. From the weight room to all of the recovery tools, the culture and environment gets you better far more than anything else would. At the end of your time, you won't just look back on arm health or velocity, you'll look back on your time at driveline and see how much your work ethic has grown.
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IT Help
5 months ago
I trained at driveline for two months and was on the fence about whether I should make the trip to Seattle or train remotely. I ended up going there and I'm extremely glad I did. I got instruction and encouragement from the staff everyday as well as learned tons of great stuff from the other athletes. The experience taught me how to train effectively.
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Tanweer Molla
6 months ago
My stay at Driveline was relatively short (2 weeks) but this is by far the best baseball place I've been to, and was an incredible experience. Previous posters touched on this more thoroughly, but there isn't a better place to train, and Kyle and his team have created the perfect training environment. In my unique case, I came in with a major deficiency in my throwing motion/arm action that was immediately identified by the world class trainers at Driveline. The trainers there went above and beyond to work with me individually so that I could be confident enough to continue training on my own after I left the facility. After only 2 weeks, I found that my arm-action was significantly re-mapped and improved, and all my throws for each plyocare drill improved 2-3 mph! I look forward to continuing Driveline training on my own, as well as returning to the facility some time in the near future for a longer time period.
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kyle taylor
6 months ago
I'm a high school pitcher, 17 years old. I started with remote training through Online Max Velo last year and gained 6 mph over 3-4 months. I then visited Driveline in Washington as soon as school was out this past June. I was only there for 10 days but I wish I could have stayed for 10 weeks. I gained at least 1 mph over those 10 days and have added another mph since getting back home. If you want to be surrounded by guys throwing hard and trying to throw harder, the best trainers you can find, learn every day, work you butt off every day, and see results, get yourself to Driveline every chance you get. There's nothing else like it.
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Nolan Gromacki
5 months ago
A couple months ago I found myself driving 1,604 miles in order to spend an entire summer training at Driveline Baseball in Kent, Washington. If you are a player, parent or coach searching the internet for pitching help, most likely you run into sites claiming their program's "quick and easy ways to gain velocity", and sifting through online sales pitches that all seem "too good to be true". Welcome to a place where instead of promising results and promoting illusions of grandeur, you are given access to a wealth of knowledge and tools that are in place and at your disposal to use to improve as a pitcher. Upon entering the facility, athletes are evaluated to ensure they have the necessary strength and mobility to begin a weighted ball throwing program. You will be taken through a series of drills and movements that reinforce healthy and efficient mechanics, under the watchful eyes of trainers with extensive weighted ball experience that are ready to help make adjustments where necessary. You won't find athletes at Driveline that are "over coached" because to be honest there isn't a lot of verbal coaching that goes on here, and that is by design. The drills and movements serve as our best pitching coaches. Working through the movement patterns with great intent is the best way to remap arm patterns and time up the body to produce maximum velocity. With radar guns and cameras scattered throughout the facility, athletes receive instantaneous feedback on all aspects their training. What's measured can be managed and improved and nothing thrown in this warehouse goes unmeasured. Testing days are a continuous record of the ups and downs athletes experience training in-house. That's right, there will be ups and downs. Nothing worth having comes easy in life - and premium velocity is no exception to that rule. Trusting the process, staying the course, and understanding the importance of putting in the effort for both training and recovery will set up any athlete to make substantial improvement from where they began. Those unable to make the necessary sacrifices to make it out to Seattle can instead choose to train remotely. Those willing to get educated and take their training and development into their own hands can take advantage of the new "Driveline U" program. Regardless of the route you take, know you are joining a family of athletes that grows larger every day, all from the vision of a man seeking to change the game of baseball for the better. No manipulating the hearts and minds of ballplayers and parents desperate enough to try anything to chase their dreams of collegiate scholarships, professional contracts, or simply making their high school varsity team or travel squad. Regardless of your goals I encourage you to educate yourself, see through the scams out there, and take total control of your training and your baseball future. I'm forever grateful I did.
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Andrew Sim
6 months ago
Training at Driveline has been an unbelievably incredible experience for me. I was a pitcher throwing low 80's in the fall and felt like it was impossible to add velocity at this point in my career, especially after getting Tommy John in high school. I was afraid to throw the ball hard and had zero confidence in my stuff. But, after coming to driveline I am already throwing harder than where I was topping out at in the fall. Kyle and the trainers at Driveline have an excellent grasp on how to train pitchers correctly in all forms from throwing, to recovering, lifting, and everything else that contributes to a high velocity pitcher. Training at driveline has not only made me a better pitcher, but I now feel like I have the knowledge in order to continue training on my own while knowing how my mechanics are supposed to look and what a proper throwing schedule should look like on a weekly basis. If you are looking to improve as a pitcher or even a position player looking to add arm strength , there truly is no better place to be than Driveline.
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