Breaking Down the Pitching Motion DVD
Fastball Pitching Mechanics DVD taped "Live" at National Sports Clinics Pitching Clinic in Kanasas City
Speakers: Cindy Bristow, Connie Clark, Kirk Walker
Approximate Run Time: 68 minutes
Be sure to also check out DVD Value Package - Pitching Clinic Series 4 DVD Set
About the Product
This DVD breaks down all the critical elements of the pitching motion. Kirk Walker, Connie Clark and Cindy Bristow explain in detail the mechanics involved with teaching pitching and the keys for pitching success. See video clips as you listen to the speakers discuss the pre-motion, leg drive, stride, weight shift, timing of the motion, getting the body to work as a whole, release point and much more. In this DVD you’ll also learn how pitchers can have different styles while maintaining proper fundamentals.
About the Speakers
Cindy is the founder of Softball Excellence. She is the former Director of Development for the International Softball Federation and Director of National Teams for USA Softball. She is a softball color analyst for ESPN, has coached in the Women’s Professional Fastpitch league as well as at the collegiate level. She has authored numerous instructional books & videos and was inducted into the National Fastpitch Coaches Association Hall of Fame.
Connie is the head coach at the University of Texas. In her 10 years as the Longhorns’ coach, she has guided her teams to four NCAA Women’s College World Series appearances and seven NCAA tournament appearances. Her teams have won four Big 12 Conference tournaments and two Big 12 Conference titles. While at Texas, she has coached two Olympic Gold Medalist pitchers and posted a 406-186 record.
Kirk is the head coach at Oregon State University. His teams have made eight straight appearances in the NCAA Tournament. In 2006, Kirk guided OSU to their first-ever trip to the Women’s College World Series. Twice he has been named Pac-10 Coach of the Year. He has also been a member of the USA Softball National Team coaching pool and coached club teams to five ASA National Tournament titles.