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What's up guys Coach Madden
yougoprobaseball.com here with Brent

Pourciau Top Velocity we're in his house
right now and in fact I made a video a

while ago called the nine pitching
velocity killers and then Brent came

like a little bit later maybe what how
many was it ten maybe was yeah I'm only

going on one out of you man
so he made ten pitching velocity killers

both great videos yeah but then you were
like I'm coming back at you yeah I said

I'm doing 11 velocity killers you jerk
but this video right here we're gonna

talk about pitching velocity leaks where
guys are leaking their velocity and

we're gonna make this a little bit fun
we're gonna have a competition I'm gonna

give you one leak he's gonna give you a
one leak we haven't talked about this we

don't even know what we're gonna talk
about we're just kind of Seuss please

stop yelling right now but in all
seriousness this is gonna be some good

stuff because at the end of the day if
you're if you're creating energy and

then losing it you're not getting as
much as you can out of your kinetic

chain and that's what we're trying to do
as pitchers we're trying to create

energy from the ground transfer through
our kinetic chain and get it out through

the ball and remember this could go into
mindset this could go into what you ate

I mean we could be here for a long time
so do we want to stick with mechanics on

that what you want
all right Brent's gonna win this let me
start with the first pitching velocity

leak and the first thing that I see and
the probably the biggest one that I see

is the front leg you might in my opinion
I see so many guys when they land

they're leaking out forward this way or
out this way they're getting too much

rotational energy in there and they're
kind of leaking out that way so that's

the biggest thing that I see as far as
the leak goes for me when I see that I

like to work on and I want you to
elaborate on this before you get into

your league too but what I see with that
is it's either a lack of obviously how

we're using our rotational and linear
energy one could be a strength issue not

strong enough to brace up or mobility
issues so those are the three things

yeah can you elaborate on that
no I mean I think you nailed it I think

it's I mean one thing I would probably
say even more than strength issue it's a

power issue because it's strength just
says you can you can hold a force it

doesn't see how quickly you can hold a
force and we know in the front foot

lands you got point one point two
seconds and you can't have any

any movement because studies show high
velocity pitchers don't have any lead

any movement so you got to catch it
immediately and that's power so now

there's a time to when you create your
force and that that's what power means

means or what they call rate of force
development how quickly do you turn that

force on and you see a lot of guys who
are when they get in here and they brace

up that knee comes back it tracks back
and they go this way but you don't have

to be straight do you know at the end of
the day it's just it's it's just getting

energy of the ball and of course you got
to create it and that has to do with you

creating it and it has a high
correlation of velocity the more you can

extend it but it just it's how hard you
want throw yeah I mean you have to say

if I did get more extension before
release I would have thrown harder

because that's what the studies show
okay what do you got number two oh I'm

gonna go back leg so you know we get
this a lot when guys come to the leg

lifts and they start moving they
collapse that leg right they collapse so

like why is that a problem collapsing
the leg is because the legs stay strong

in external tation think about when you
squat we squat here nobody squats like

that right so let your wattage in
CrossFit fails on anything so that if we

go here then we anti rotate we lose
stability I'm not stable here and then

we just we collapse and then we try to
overcompensate so that's a big one

collapsing back leg is huge okay now let
me ask you this and you can elaborate on

this I would I talked about as far as
back leg goes I think differs a little

bit from what how you speak about it for
me I call it the angled corkscrew so I

actually do want to be inside of my back
foot slightly and I think that you have

to have good hip mobility to do this to
create that I don't want to collapse it

I want to create that angle and then
kind of corkscrew out spurt the foot

towards you yeah so what I was just
saying is you're right I don't

you'd be in 20 rotated it is better to
be externally rotated but yeah you can

keep it inside your knee you just need
to be exercising rotate so that is a

good point
awesome awesome this so this would be

number three right pitching velocity
leak number three what I see is guys who

lose their energy with their upper body
so they leak out energy this way they

don't block off okay and I'm interested
to hear your thoughts on this because I

don't think I've ever seen a video where
you talk about this I'm sure there is

one I just haven't seen it what I what I
like to teach my guys is when they

separate to be 45 degrees closed off for
more this way with their arms but then

when they unwind they want to block that
energy off so they can get finished more

linear this way if you've got a guy who
just spins out and flies out the way I

like to think about that is all your
energy is going this way it's almost

like you're running if you were running
with a flag if I'm running this way with

a flag the flag is gonna be going that
way if I'm pulling all my energy out

this way all my energy is gonna go this
way my arms gonna fly out and I'm gonna

be leaking my energy that way that's a
great one glove side is a key one

studies show that low velocity pitchers
have more left to right movement with

their glove sides high velocity pitchers
are more they just turn it over

typically and and then it the energy is
really coming from somewhere else so

you're right if you're using this to
create injury in their energy it's

usually rotational energy and it's
flying it off and taking your energy

somewhere else that's a huge one really
good one you're up no more so here we go

I'm gonna talk about that the posture
let's talk about posture and head in the

head position right so if either way if
my head gets too far this way my head

gets too far that way if my head gets
too far this way if I head gets too far

that way it kind of goes along with what
John's talking about leaking or pulling

across your body this is your posture
this is the balance of where you are so

I have to really keep this over my mike
my trunk over my hips and like like the

whip all moving balanced towards the
target and once I let this head go here

where do you think my Energy's going you
know that election that's why you see

sidearm pitchers they start moving like
a regular pitcher and then their head

starts doing that and that's where we go
i'm--you're where if I start leaning

this way then you know that I'm flying
off this way or if I want to start early

and then everything transfers early so
to me the head the posture is huge to

prevent a big loss energy and in all
directions I always say the best place

it needs to be is just behind your front
hip so just behind it not all the way

back here because that could slow me
down right or not in front of it not

over my my belt buckle
not over my but just int balance just

behind my front hip and then it's all
about riding all that energy towards the

target at the end of the day we're
athletes we should be athletes we need

to be athletes and you got to be able to
use your body the right way and that's a

great one
I like that number five I'm glad you're

keeping up with the numbers here we're
gonna track the number five what I got

for you is let's talk about the
separation from the lower body and upper

body I see a lot of guys when they start
pitching and maybe this is not so much

of a leak but just not getting as much
as they could have right yeah so when

they when they're driving out their
shoulders are moving with their hips and

I see this a lot with especially younger
guys high school age guys even some

college guys you'll see that too
obviously they're not throwing as fast

because they're not getting the
separation that they need hip to

shoulder separation you want to have
more separation between your lower body

and your upper body and like I said
before I like to tell my guys to

separate at 45 degrees or more closed
off so now you've got this upper body

already closed off as you start moving
down the mound and once you get used to

that timing of separating the lower body
to the upper body you're gonna be able

to create more energy or get more out of
the energy that you're creating to put

it through the baseball so that's number
five you got anything to add to that no

I think you know that sounds pretty good
you got number 66 right now here we go

so we should get into the arm path I
think the arm path is gonna be key too

so just like we want to separate just
like we want to pull hips and shoulders

apart we've got to be careful with this
and we get into the arm path if we

overdo it we exaggerate the tips I'm
giving you it could throw off the timing

and really hurt your arm so you got to
be careful when you start playing with

the arm path stuff but just like wanting
to separate the hips and shoulders we

have to take the elbow and we have to
load the SCAP or pull it back and get it

you know is me not trying to overdo it
but get it nice and tight and pull it

behind the shoulder because just like
pull in the hip and shoulder apart gives

you more time to create energy pulling
the elbow away from the shoulder gives

you even a little bit more time to load
the arm and carry that energy forward so

and there's a study that also showed
that they compared Korean pitchers to

like I think American pitchers and
one of the key things that Korean

pitchers then they through slower than
American pitchers on average in the

study the one key things that they
weren't doing as well as they weren't

it's called horizontal abduction pulling
the elbow behind the backs cap loading

there so like I said be careful with
doing that because it can go it can go

bad if you go too far and get too
aggressive with it but it is a key point

so if you're if you're cocking the ball
here and then you start cocking it here

you know it's a leak you're losing
energy cocking it out here than if you

were cocking it a little bit more behind
your scalp and you'd get more separation

as well right it will add even even if
you're here and you've got good

separation with your shoulders you'd be
better if you were more Scout loaded

SCAP loaded yeah cool another one seven
seven who knows seven no I did six okay

so for this one I'm gonna talk about
flicking the wrist here all the time

you gotta flick that wrist to get the
backspin and get maximum velocity right

I disagree and I don't know where you
stand on this but if you're coming

through and you're trying to stay
straight behind that ball and flick like

this you're gonna be losing a lot you're
gonna be leaking a lot you're not gonna

be getting as much as you could how I
see the wrist working is we're going

from supinating which is kind of this
position with the wrist to as I get to a

release point
I'm turning it over and pronating it

through a release point so that's kind
of the flick of the wrist if you will or

how I think you should work or how I
used to feel it working was coming

through it and getting extension not
only with the wrist but the shoulders as

well so getting the extension with the
front shoulder and then coming through

it so my extension with the wrist coming
over and and pronating is how the wrist

should really work in my opinion what
you think about that guy yeah I think as

I add to it is like everything's action
reaction so the action is what's

happening when you're turning your
shoulders and your cocking your arm it

actually throws force in what's called
supination which is the thumb going back

so you're actually trying to resist that
force right so you cock the arm and you

turn and this wants to swivel against
that movement and you resist it so what

is the the action of resisting a
supinated forced pronation so that's why

you gotta be careful like trying to
point the ball to second base you got to

be careful like if you're doing this
long arm

you might be preventing that good
supinated resistance which fires all

that good pronation that john is talking
about

so think action-reaction what's the
action the action is to resist

supination to then turn and also to to
resist external rotation because that's

what you're trying to do you don't want
your arm to keep spinning around and

that's going to create the reaction of
internal rotation pronation right so

just be careful when you're playing with
your arm that you're not not allowing it

to do that to create that nice efficient
release of the arm movement but because

that was gonna affect velocity and it'll
really start to mess with injury you

like it it could start causing
inflammation so where should they be so

if their guide and they heard their
pitching coach always saying point it

back to the second base where actually
should they start where's that personal

preference or so it works best this way
if you're an early arm cocker which is

all based on when your front foot lands
if your front foot lands and you're

already up you're an early arm cocker if
your front foot lands and you're still

coming up you're in a late arm cocker so
if you're an early arm cocker you want

to be more pronated because then that
helps with the scalp loading because see

if I'm supinated now I'm externally
rotated so I want to pronate to help

with the scalp loading if I'm an early
arm cocker because I wouldn't want to do

this and then land and I'm already open
if I'm a late arm cocker I don't want to

be more pronated because them arms gonna
drag so I can be more supinated if I'm a

late arm cocker because my arms late to
get up and it's going to apply the force

later back on the arm so you can be more
supinated you just gave me another one

so I'm good for at least one more round
okay I think we could nitpick and keep

going so I think we're on eight I don't
know why I'm remember the numbers but

hip extension right so you know guys we
won up just like you're talking about 45

degree with the trunk well make sure
it's in the hip the hip needs to counter

we need a counter into this hip to flex
to allow for extension and also delay

rotation it does two things it delays
rotation and gives us more flexion to

create extension so if I'm this guy just
lifting and I'm already showing my back

hip like right out of the gate I'm
losing all that energy that I could get

in delaying rotation because then we'd
have to create faster rotation lay

and I'm getting more flexion so now I
can power through the glute the

hamstring the lower leg more extension
and we know that's ground force if I'm

separating that's more energy up the
chain that's a great one that's great

and you see that a lot a lot too with
with young pitchers how do you use the

king of the hill to work on that so the
king of the hill is a coaching aid to

tell you how well you're creating force
and when you're creating force so if you

don't know the king of the hill it's two
sliding plates that the only way we can

make it bang is if we push hard enough
against the plunger in a direction back

towards second base so if it bangs it
means we got linear meaning we got the

force vector which is the ankle to knee
down and we pushed back towards second

base and ultimately we want to hear that
bang just as we're landing if I hear it

after landing it was too late I drove
too late we have to hear it just before

we land that popped that bang off the
king of the hill and it gives us that

good feedback that we pushed hard enough
because you can crank it to make it

harder and we pushed at the right time
at the right angle and you sell the king

of the hill on your website and so do
you I sure do and I'd like to take this

opportunity to let you know that I have
a two-year-old he's gonna be going to

college one day here soon I like to
close and I like to feed him as well so

you guys make the decision I got an
eight year old and a five got cut and

they're girls haha
what uh what number are we on nine all
right number nine nine pitching velocity

leak I'm gonna talk about the guys who
when they when they come down the

mountain and they're getting high with
the shoulder it's almost like they're

their star fishing as they get down and
the shoulder is higher than you know

they're Cup they're coming out of that
SCAP load position and they're getting

too high see a lot of guys doing that
and I think it might be a missed

coaching cue because you hear all the
time get your arm up get your arm up get

your arm up and I see that and it just
look they look jammed up and it's not

smooth it's not fluid and those guys
typically don't throw very hard and if

they do they're putting themself at at
risk to get injured so that's a big one

as far as leaking velocity or an order
just putting yourself in a bad position

and jamming yourself up and not be able
to being able to create as much as you

possibly could got anything on that well
I think the same thing on you're gonna

mess with that action reaction to really
coil in the arm you're fighting against

allowing it to naturally do that that's
where you got to be careful but that's

thing that's a great one
perfect number ten ten huh you're gonna

you're gonna kick yourself that you
didn't think of this one alright front

foot strike where do we land do we land
close good one we land open right okay

here's the thing and this can get crazy
if you're if you're a big rotator I

would suggest you not be in but if
you're a big polar and rotator you're

gonna do better landing more clothes
because it's gonna give you more to

range or more angular distance to cover
to create speed so if you're a puller

and you land here you don't have much
time you're gonna be like right so and

I'm not promoting you being a nova
rotator but just know if you're leaking

velocity if you're landing too much to
the open side if you're a driver you

could probably land more to the open
side but still the studies show if you

take your back foot and you drill a line
to the target from the middle of your

foot to the target you want to land
about six seven inches inside that and

because we drive in the front foot
you're technically going to be toe to

heel and you want to be 20 degrees
closed why is that because because what

you're doing is you're landing that
slightly across your body is because

your your femurs connect and they
actually kind of like dogleg into your

hip sockets and they they're out here so
we have to actually bring the foot

across our hip so one more hips open
they stabilize towards the target if I

land it if I went just straight and line
and then tighten my hips up now I'm

shooting off to the on-deck circle
so landing you know that seven inches

across 20 degrees as I Drive through
well my hips open up now I'm locked down

to the target and everything can
accelerate towards the target so you're

leaking if you're going open I mean at
the end of the day the more open you go

the more velocity or losing that's a
good one

I am kicking my heart this is my last
one this is all I got right here

so if you got another one you know I'm
conceding victory okay so think of your

last one here my last one is the some
guys call it the pulldown or that for me

I think of pitching as the linear energy
then the rotational energy and then that

last linear piece and then blending it
all together but I see a lot of guys

they either don't get that last pulldown
at the end or they're kind of already

into it as they get into their front leg
so that's a huge one you're losing it if

you're already into it obviously you
don't have it and then guys who are

finishing way too tall they just they're
not getting as much out as they could if

they can get that get onto that angle
that we were talking about earlier so

that's that's my number 11 you got
anything to add to that one man I think

I'm the one I'm thinking about might be
exactly what you were talking about in

the beginning to get the front leg more
extended that was the other one I

thought about but I mean I could say
this tell me you might go along with

what you're talking about because what
you're talking about is getting the

trunk more forward right because that is
a big piece but the studies show it's

not just about getting the trunk more
forward which it is but there's more

it's getting them they are more laid
back so that's gonna be my last piece

watch this go for it so why do they why
do we lay back the arm right why does

the arm lay back a lot of people say
it's to create that plyometric effect

right it's like cranking on the the
catapult yank it back and all that

muscular fires it well that has
something to do with it but more

importantly and I guess it kind of goes
into you what you were talking about

when we let the arm lay back at the
right time typically right when the

trunk squares up not any later where it
gets out here if the elbow gets in front

of the trunk it's too late if we get the
arm laid back right when the trunk

squares up now it's gonna give us all
this time to push the trunk forward

before release so the arm laying back is
actually a mechanism to allow the trunk

to go farther forward to put more energy
in the ball and that's like the whip as

I Drive the handle of the whip forward
that's going to carry more of the body

the whip which is where most of the
energy is that's going to go up to the

end of the whip so that's what we're
doing with the arm so if I get the arm

to lay back just when the trunk squares
up now I can carry the the trunk more to

the target before the arm in
20 rotates potentially getting more

energy into the ball which is a huge
velocity leak because you see a lot of

kids just wanting to stop their trunks
or the arms are late and it kills all

that velocity that they can get up the
chain it's great great points that's all

I got for you
so I concede victory to you

congratulations
now we're gonna happen again though you

still own me on YouTube appreciate it
speaking of we got four tips that we put

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recommend you do it's the first link in
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working on it because you're gonna see
some results from it thank you so much

for watching
good job because they'll come up and

they start moving down the mound and
this back leg is kind of really straight

let me ask you something if you were
going to try to jump as high as you can

would you jump with a slight bend in
your leg or would you really get down

there and explode up you don't want to
get down or get into your legs and

explode up Bend those legs
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