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Are Your Movement Mechanics Limiting Your Future in the Game?

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The game of baseball is the most individualized team sport around. An outfielder oftentimes cannot play shortstop like a shortstop. Pitchers are considered “non-athletes” in the field, and clean up hitters are not lead off hitters – unless you have bad coaching, it’s not all about mechanics.Every defender, hitter in the line up, and pitcher […]

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The Velopro Nation is Global with over 10,000 Athletes Strong

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With 20 MLB organizations and 100+ NCAA baseball and softball programs using BLE’s revolutionary movement enhancement trainer: the Velopro harness. There is no question why 10,000 athletes worldwide have joined the Velopro Global training revolution. But why has nothing like the velopro Harness ever been developed. “We are baseball players who developed a powerful training system […]

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SCIENTIFIC THEOREM TRAINING VS. THEORY BASED TRAINING

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THEORY is an assumption that theorizes with scientific method – repeatedly testing with observation and experimentation. THEOREM training is scientific truth that is proven by a chain of reasoning or accepted truths within a field of study. Most popularized baseball training is derived from theory, including weighted baseball development.VeloPRO is founded upon accepted truths within the […]

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All About External Rotation for Efficient & Powerful Kinetic Chain Reaction

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External rotation (ER) is the lateral rotation of the throwing shoulder that is defined in biomechanics and kinesiology as a transverse movement plane. It is initiated right after foot strike in power arms. External Rotating of hips transfer the linear lower half energy into the arm, with External Rotation of shoulder transferring energy down the […]

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All about Front Leg Extension for Proper Pitching & Hitting

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Front Leg Extension (FLE) is the straightening of the front leg after front foot strike. It is the opposite reaction to Front Knee Flex (FKF). FLE is the acceleration of mechanical energy within the kinetic chain reaction (KCR) that moves energy into the upper body. Additionally, it is the last reaction in your kinetic chain […]

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GROUND FORCE REACTION – (#1 analytic determining power & velocity)

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In physics and biomechanics, GROUND FORCE REACTION (GFR) is the force exerted by the ground upon an object in contact with it. Basically, when you jump, your energy is pushed downwards and reflected back into your body – causing you to jump. Check out a bunch of our athletes getting some work in after working […]

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How We Helped MLB Pitcher Taijuan Walker

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Every athlete goes through struggles they just cannot figure out. No matter the talent, all athletes fall victim to performance decreases that result in lost potential. MLB pitcher Taijuan Walker is no different. A behemoth of a man, this young hurler was widely considered Major League Baseball’s top young arm with his mid to upper 90s […]

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How Dynamic Balance Peaks your Energy Transfer & Athletic Performance

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Since athletic movement is based upon counterbalancing opposite body parts equally, there is no such thing as a “balance point” when performing. Physics, kinesiology, and kinetics have continually proved the aforementioned for decades – contradicting popularized theory based training. This counterbalancing “act” is known within the sports science world as DYNAMIC BALANCE. When dealing in athletic […]

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Did you know? Athletes Swing and Pitch the Same.

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IDENTICAL BODY POSITIONINGS – If you take a look at the past 120+ years of baseball, you will discover that Athletes swing and pitch deliveries appear identical at point of contact or release of pitch. No matter the age, body type, nationality, they are identical.The era of the game has no effect upon the aforementioned. Neither […]

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Movement Training vs Mechanical Training (and When to use each one)

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Mechanics are just one step within a kinetic chain reaction (KCR). They work SPECIFICALLY and contradict human motor pattern sequencing – which works rhythmically. If movement (1) flow, (2) rhythm, (3) tempo, and (4) speed are changed at any point during KCR, the result is a redirection of energy. By breaking down the pitching delivery […]

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