How To Throw A Baseball

Covering the Bases

We reinforce the correct movements of the arm so that no matter what age or skill level, picking a baseball will result in confident, accurate throwing.

Stop Pushing.

New throwers are especially susceptible to pushing instead of throwing. This motion is not sustainable, and makes it difficult to be consistent in accuracy and velocity.

Quit Aiming.

It might seem to make sense to keep the ball in close to the body for better aim, but our tool shows you why that’s not the best technique. Our product establishes the correct movements.

Start Throwing.

Using our tool allows throwing muscles to naturally remember the most efficient motions. Keep old tendencies from returning by continuing to practice with it as the throw further develops.

How To Throw a Baseball—Better

Increase Velocity

Increasing velocity, even in the smallest amount, can make a huge difference. Whether throwing a baseball for the first time or improving a fastball, we have made a product that simplifies the process with results that can be seen and felt. The proper arm angle and shoulder rotation are easily realized with our tool, reinforcing the right movements by providing immediate feedback for the wrong ones. Watch the pace of a throw increase while learning how to throw a baseball better.

Improve Accuracy

Hitting the target is the most important goal in throwing a baseball. Whether out on the field or in the backyard, there is no better sound than the pop of a glove. Many throwers try to aim the ball to their target, resulting in the opposite of their desired intention, or in injury. Our tool trains the proper angle to free the arm to work in a natural, unrestricted motion, which improves throwing accuracy.

Reduce Injury

Whether just starting out or playing competitively, everyone has the priority of staying healthy. Even the slightest injury in the shoulder or arm can be the result of an improper throwing motion. It is important to introduce throwers to the correct way to throw in their early years of picking up a baseball. Learning the proper mechanics will lay the foundation for participation, and give confidence that injury won’t take away opportunities.

Put it On, Play Catch, Throw Better Than Ever.

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By reinforcing the proper arm angle and shoulder rotation, we have designed a tool to help to stop pushing, quit aiming, and start throwing. This tool gives everyone the ability to reach their arm’s full potential, while reducing the risk of injury and increasing the capacity for confidence.


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The Hard Hitters

Motivation to Play

When learning to throw a baseball better is made simple, the results are seen and felt within minutes. This is encouraging to those who pick up a baseball for the first time and experienced players alike.

Confidence to Grow

Whether throwing with family or with the team, the assurance of throwing correctly gives a sense of ownership and authority that will lead to a better mindset.

Empowerment to Succeed

Our goal is to empower everyone to grab a glove and get excited to play. Never miss an opportunity to get outside and play catch, join a team, or show someone how to throw a baseball.

Catch on to the Conversation

"His throwing has improved greatly"

Our son developed a bad habit of throwing while playing baseball. After a couple of times using this product it taught him to correct the problem and his throwing has improved greatly.

— Lyn S.

"This thing is like magic"

My son doesn’t want to take it off. He throws like baseball player now. It’s been 2 months and the way he throws is totally different. It made him change the way he throws, but in a good way. Easy to put on, easy to adjust.

— Mary J.

"The kids loved it"

I have seen this device work up-front and personal. We used it with our 10u boys while they warmed up their arms and in a matter of ten minutes, you could see the boys getting their arms up and throwing better.

— Keijuan Douglas, Santa Monica Arsenal Coach

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