UPCOMING NATIONAL PITCHING STAT CAMPS
FOXBORO, MA EMPOWER FIELDHOUSE DECEMBER 18-19th INFO
All players will receive a velocity capacity report (STAT), high speed video analysis shared on a server and workout program to address specific weak links that hold back velocity, accuracy and health. STAT camps are led by Tom House Sports Director Gardy O’Flynn as well as National Pitching Certified Coach James Baker. *Tom House will join us live or via zoom at these STAT Camps.
Director: Gardy O’Flynn moc.l1634652769iamg@1634652769OGtsa1634652769Eapn1634652769 978-500-0148
NSPT PITCHING LAB: Offered year round Danvers, MA
PITCHING LAB FALL/WINTER HOURS: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 4:30 – 6:30 pm NSPT located in Rt. 1 North NE Premier SportsPlex Danvers, MA more info Run by James Baker and Gardy O’Flynn
STARTING OCTOBER 25th
Rolling Admission contact James Baker to enroll at moc.g1634652769ninia1634652769rtecn1634652769amrof1634652769repsn1634652769@sema1634652769j1634652769
Pitching Small Group Training and Individual with Coach Gardy! Sunday Mornings Ipswich
SUNDAY CLINICS 9:30-11 AM INFO
INDIVIDUAL Pitching/Throwing Training: Times Vary Contact Gardy moc.l1634652769iamg@1634652769OGtsa1634652769eAPN1634652769 or 978-500-0148
Before training begins, we use pre-program evaluation tools to determine players’ weaknesses to help them improve their game. This may include slow motion biomechanical analysis, three-dimensional biomechanical analysis, velocity capacity testing, vector management to determine how an athlete transfers energy, and behavioral assessments. We have certified Tom House Sports coaches in the East view LIST
Our program focuses on the Tom House Sports Pitcher’s Health and Performance Matrix Program, which includes:
- Biomechanics: Biomechanics focuses on how the laws of physics apply to the human body. In our program, our coaches train rotational athletes how to throw efficiently based on physics. This will include biomechanical variables in the kinematic sequence: Balance, stride length, timing, hip and shoulder separation, glove stabilization, tracking, release. Mechanical inefficiencies limit an athletes potential and increase injury rates.
- Functional Strength: At National Pitching, we also show players conditioning and strength training techniques specially designed for rotational athletes. Our coaches don’t just show pitchers how to get stronger, they help them improve the strength cross specific to the movements in competition.
- Nutrition: Many people ask us why we focus on nutrition with athletes. Scientific research shows that nutrition is an important component in reaching athletic potential. We educate players on how to properly fuel their bodies for optimal results so they can progress in the game and maintain life-long healthy habits.
- Mental Management: At National Pitching, we know that to be successful in baseball, players need to be mentally prepared and emotionally calm. Our coaches teach this skill to athletes so they can gain confidence and perform under the pressure of the game. A positive mindset helps athletes not only perform better, but develop skills over time, which is why we also include mental management in the National Pitching program.
Our advanced baseball instruction program uses proven methods to help players improve. If you’re ready to learn more about the National Pitching methodology and get started in our program, contact Gardy @ moc.l1634652769iamg@1634652769OGtsa1634652769Eapn1634652769 or 978-500-0148
"You are only as strong as your weakest link and only as efficient as your worst movement" - Tom House
Each athlete receives the same program and instruction, from youth pitchers to Major League players. We’ve designed our program to focus on the unique needs of rotational athletes. Our goal is to provide pitchers with a toolkit to maintain optimal health and performance, on and off the field.
The NPA Pitching Model is:↓
⇓ Institutional Review Board certified
Institutional Review Board certified (the ONLY pitching model in this category!)
Co-researched with the University of Southern California School of Medicine & the result of a collaborative effort between:
⇓National Pithing Association (NationalPitching.com)
o Titleist Performance Group (myTPI.com)
o Titleist Golf
o Qualisys (http://www.qualisys.com)
o Input from Functional Movement Systems (FunctionalMovement.com) and EXOS (TeamEXOS.com)