Trying to decide if The Advanced Throwing Program is for you?

Who, specifically, is this program for?

The Advanced Throwing Program is for pitchers and position players who are fully on ramped and ready for high-intensity throwing. If you are looking for an athletically based throwing program that will challenge you in ways like never before, this program is for you

Who should NOT buy this program?

If you have not gone through the Foundations of Throwing Program or another on-ramp program, this program is not for you. Players should be fully ready for high-intent throwing

This program is focused on moving athletically, building velocity, proper arm care, and throwing rehab. It's a behind-the-scenes look at what the athletes in our facility get to train to become a more skillful thrower. This program is not some "hack" or "quick fix" program. It's focused on building athleticism and good throwing habits to help players get the most out of their potential.

Is this a pitching mechanics course?

No. While this course has some helpful tips, it's not intended to teach you proper pitching mechanics. This program is intended for athletes to self organize into an efficient throwing motion based on their strength and movement profiles.

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6 Weeks Velocity Based Training + Deload

Deloading has several benefits for athletes. Here are some of the key benefits:


Deloading allows the body to recover from accumulated fatigue and reduce the risk of injury. When we train, we create micro-tears in our muscles, which need time to repair and recover. Deloading helps to reduce the stress on our muscles, giving them time to recover and repair.

Improved Performance

Deloading can also lead to improved performance. When we reduce the volume and intensity of training, we allow our bodies to recover and adapt to the stress of training. This can lead to improved strength, power, and endurance in subsequent training sessions.

Long-Term Health

Deloading is an important component of long-term health for athletes and strength trainers. Without adequate recovery, athletes are at risk of overtraining, which can lead to injury, burnout, and other health issues. Deloading can help prevent overtraining and promote long-term health.

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