How Does Your Body Keep You in Balance?
Single-leg balance is different from the way your body maintains its balance when you have both feet on the ground.
With both Feet on the ground, you use your Feet to keep your weight centered between your Feet. The only time your Arms get involved with your balance is when your weight shifts outside your Feet.
While balancing on one foot, as soon as your weight shifts off your Foot, just like with both Feet on the ground, your body uses your Arms for balance.
Fool Your Body into Producing the Results You Want
While perched on one foot, Coach Skip teaches you how to trick your body into thinking you have both Feet on the ground.
By plan, the instant he does this for you, you instantly free your Throwing Arm to produce the results you need to keep your pitching career moving forward.
Coach Skip’s Pitching Sessions offer you the most pitcher-friendly, most effective, and least complicated path to your pitching dreams than any pitching instruction anywhere … guaranteed!