Master a new pitch, add velocity and accuracy, and get the mental edge you needWe offer small group, one-on-one coaching and specialized clinics year-round
Super Camps with Tom House
Our Super Camps are held with Tom House over a weekend and you will get a once in a lifetime hands on feedback from the best pitching coach in the world. You will be tested for strengths and weaknesses and provided cross specific drills and exercises to help improve performance and long term health. All players will be STAT screened and get Velocity Capacity Reports which is included in the camp rate. Our Upcoming Super Camps: 2017 Schedule COMING SOON!
For details and to register, please view our Events Calendar ➔
NPA East Total Body Velocity Program, Small group clinics, NPA East Director-Affiliate travel clinics, Super Camps & more
The NPA East staff and affiliates are composed of highly trained and experienced coaches, instructors and medical personnel second to none in the East. Our understanding of bio-mechanics and what it takes to make rotational athletes throw more efficiently, more accurately, with more velocity AND stay healthy is all based in scientific fact and defended by the medical community. All clinics use high speed video at up to 1000 frames per second. Video at four angels is sent via server (front, side, back and overhead). Ipswich, MA
WINTER SCHEDULE (IPSWICH) – TBV (Total Body Velocity) off-season program available, Small Group Clinics-(1 hour 30 Minutes) Evenings Tuesday & Thursdays 6:30 – 8 PM & 8 – 9:30 PM, Large Group Clinic – Sunday Morning 9 – 11 AM, Individual/Partner hourly Lessons offered Monday/Wednesdays after 4:30 PM and Sundays after 11 AM daily- Sign Up!
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Our Daily Clinics
Come workout with the NPA East Staff at our outdoor field and indoor facility in Ipswich, MA. We offer conditioning, training, throwing and mechanics workouts mornings and evenings all year (1.5 to 2 hour clinics). We cater to all rotational athletes (position players, quarterbacks) looking to get better and wanting to work on their craft, get stronger, and become better prepared for the upcoming season. All participants will receive updated high speed motion analysis videos via server.
Location: 65 Mile Lane Rd (Outdoors) or 134 High Street (Indoors), Ipswich, MA
Cost: $85.00 per day.
Package plans available.
Individual & Small Group Lessons
Individual lessons and small group format are conducted by Tom Landry at Hitter’s Alley in Woburn, MA.
Gardy O’Flynn provides lessons and small group format in Ipswich MA. View our calendar for dates and details.
NPA East Travel Pitching / Coaching Clinics
We will come to your location to conduct coaches’ education clinics and Coach/Player clinics to show both the health first approach of the NPA; on the East coast. To set up a clinic, please send us a message through our Contact Page.
The NPA East Coaches & Staff
Gardy was a former pitcher in the Texas Rangers organization 1993-1997 when he had the privilege of being coached by Tom House. He has maintained the relationship with Tom and first became an NPA coach in 2008. Gardy founded Pitching Fix in Ipswich, MA in 2008 and has expanded recently to Rochester, NY working with Dusty Odenbach (NPA).
Gardy works directly with Tom Landry (NPA East) and the medical community in the Boston Area. His brother Hugh is a prominent orthopedic surgeon in the area and often assists with NPA East screenings and clinics. Gardy and his wife (both educators) have 4 children and reside in Ipswich, MA.
Tom Landry is an NPA certified pitching instructor (since 2006) teaching the science based protocols of the National Pitching Association and the Rod Dedeaux Baseball and Research Institute.
Tom is a former minor league pitcher in the Cincinnati Reds organization and has been instructing and coaching baseball for the past 20+ years and is the Co Regional Director of NPA East along with Gardy O’Flynn. Gardy and Tom hold both NPA certifications and camps in the east. Tom and Gardy also co–founded New England Sports Partners and developed a collaboration with numerous physical therapy and orthopedic organizations in New England.
Tom is part of the Affiliation Program at Children’s Hospital Sports Medicine Boston and the Micheli Center in Waltham, MA, and is the throwing consultant for both locations.
He owns Hitter’s Alley in Woburn, MA which is a designated training facility with the Micheli Center with a focus on injury prevention. Tom can be reached via email at moc.l1492955070iamg@149295507015nep1492955070llub1492955070 or 617-957-2908.
Tom House, NPA Founder (coaching only at NPA East Super Camps)
Tom House is considered by many to be the “father of modern pitching mechanics.” He is the founder of The Rod Dedeaux Research and Baseball Institute (RDRBI) and The National Pitching Association (NPA). The RDRBI and NPA are renowned for their health and performance research and development involving three-dimensional analysis of human movement, physical preparation and training to support rotational athletes in movement, identifying the metabolic requirements of proper nutrition to fuel human activity, and mentoring athletes’ competition with mental/emotional management skills.
Tom pitched at the professional level from 1967 to 1979 for the Atlanta Braves, Boston Red Sox, and Seattle Mariners. He coached from 1980 to 1997 for the Houston Astros, San Diego Padres, Texas Rangers, and Chiba Lotte Marines (Japan), as well as in Latin America. On the amateur level, Tom is an information and instruction coordinator for numerous baseball academies across the United States and Canada. He directly accesses thousands of players, coaches, and parents per year in clinic settings and travels the world as an international consultant, performance analyst, and sports psychologist. He is also an advisor with the American Sports Medicine Institute, the Titleist Performance Institute, and he has given seminars for the American College of Sports Medicine.
Tom has also worked with NFL quarterbacks Drew Brees, Tom Brady, Alex Smith, Carson Palmer, Matt Cassell, Terrelle Pryor as well as other collegiate-level football players.
Dr. Hugh O'Flynn
Dr. Hugh OFlynn, NPA East Orthopedic Advisor
Dr. O’Flynn has an intense interest in the biomechanics of throwing and on injuries in athletes. He has a bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry and a masters in Biomechanical Engineering from Harvard University and spent a year working in the Harvard/Massachusetts General Hospital Orthopedic Biomechanics Lab. He obtained his MD at Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons. He worked with the team physicians for the New York Mets and the New York Football Giants during his Orthopedic Surgery training at Columbia at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York. He has written a Chapter in Jim Andrew’s textbook “The Athlete’s Shoulder”, written articles on hip, knee and shoulder problems and has been a busy practicing orthopedic surgeon and team physician for over 15 years.