Velocity Enhancement Program

Program Components:  
This program includes daily (1) warm up routines, (2) pitching circuits, (3) cardio management, (4) strength & core programming, (5) post cool down circuits, (6) arm care management, & (7) recovery plans. All components are described in detail below under the 'Details & Usage' section.

Research & Development: 
Designed by MLB pitching personnel in conjunction with biomechanists, kinesiology experts, & nationally acclaimed pitching developers. Over a decade of research, analytics, and empirical data supports this program's applications and curriculum.

Required Equipment: 
To be utilized with the Velocity LOAD Harness, VPX Traction Foam Roller, VPX Torsion Velocity Band System, & VPX Torsion Hip Loop (pictured below).

Equipment You Will Need

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Exercise equipment

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VPX Resistance Band

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Exercise equipment

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VPX Resistance Band

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Weeks 1-4 Daily Training Routines

Click on links below to access specific training sections of this program. Every training day, you will do the following routines IN ORDER:
(1) Warm Up, (2) Daily Pitching, (3) Daily Recovery, & (4) Daily Strength. All routines are listed below.

Click on links below to access specific training sections of this program. Every training day, you will do the following routines IN ORDER:

(1) Warm Up, (2) Daily Pitching, (3) Daily Recovery, & (4) Daily Strength. All routines are listed below.

  • + Usage »
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  • + daily PITCHING »
  • + daily recovery »
  • + daily strength »

Daily Pitching Training

You will utilize your Velocity LOAD Harness for all pitching routines throughout the entire 16 week program. After you finish your daily warm up (routines listed above under 'Warm Up'), your body will be prepared to start pitching. Start with Weeks 1-2 (below) and then move chronologically. Each two week phase of training will include daily workloads for hitting. Do them exactly as printed with the amounts prescribed. 

If you cannot conduct the full daily pitching workload (due to pain, fatigue, or injury), cut back throw reps FIRST, then drill or distance amounts SECOND. Always pay close attention to the PEL % ratings of each drill or exercise to ensure proper recovery rates.

After you finish your daily pitching training, you will then move onto your DAILY RECOVERY and DAILY STRENGTH routines. Both routines are listed above under 'Daily Recovery' and 'Daily Strength'. 

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