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    Some time ago there was a long thread that explored some of the ideas that Dr. Marshall, who won the Cy Young in 1974, has developed regarding pitching arm injuries and his biomechanical solutions for eliminating these injuries. (You might also recall that my son, drafted in 2003, is currently training with Marshall.)

    I spoke with Dr. Marshall yesterday and am aware that he has now released a video that details his research. For those of you who are interested, you can find more information about this 2 1/2 hour video on his website:

    http://drmikemarshall.com/2006Baseba...onalVideo.html

    I saw rough edits of this video when I visited Dr. Marshall in January. It clearly shows why conventional pitching mechanics injure the arm, using high speed film research he has done for almost four decades. You will also see x-rays of youth and adult pitchers that show the bone damage done by pitching. He also provides a clear teaching methodology for teaching a pitching mechanic that eliminates pitching injuries as we now know them. The video also includes major league game footage of two pitchers who threw using at least portions of what he now advocates.

    If you have a son who pitches I strongly recommend that you view this video.

    Coach45
    www.rpmpitching.com

  • #2
    Worth The Money

    I agree that Dr. Marshall's video is worth the money.
    Hitting Coordinator for Harris-Stowe State University in St. Louis.

    I also work with the pitchers who are dealing with injury problems.

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    • #3
      Is this Eteamz all of the sudden? Props to the Marshall posse for at least keeping the usernames are consistent.
      Last edited by Ohioteamz; 04-04-2006, 09:00 PM.

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      • #4
        I think you will find a more skeptical audience here than eteamz and almost all of them are betting you are MM dupes already.
        Last edited by Mark H; 04-04-2006, 03:33 PM.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Coach45
          his biomechanical solutions
          What would Marshall's biomechanical solutions be for say Roger Clemons?

          And I was just wondering if you would post a video clip right here in this thread of a youngster using Marshall's biomechanical solutions and maybe a video of, I don't know, maybe a high level player, say D1 or even MLB doing the same? It would be helpful to me and everyone if I could compare a Marshall student to, uh...the last about 100 years of the best that ever pitched a ball.

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          • #6
            I am one guy in a little town in Florida. I will not take credit cards. Because my bank says that it cannot guarantee when personal checks clear and, as a result, I have lost several hundred dollars in receipts. Therefore, I can only accept money orders, cashier checks and well-disguised cash. Please make your money orders and cashier checks payable to Dr. Mike Marshall.

            Please send your return address and email address to:

            well disguised cash? oh my.lol..

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            • #7
              Originally posted by wogdoggy

              well disguised cash? oh my.lol..
              Lions and Tigers and Bears...

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Mark H
                I think you will find a more skeptical audience here than eteamz and almost all of them are betting you are MM dupes already.

                Mark,

                I sent out almost 75 CD's to guys through this website, showing my son's mechanics. Have had some very nice discussions with some of them...including HiddenGem. He was kind enough to send me something in return. Great video of a major league homerun. His.

                You have refused to even take a look. I've even offered to pay the $100 Marshall is charging and send you a complimentary copy of his complete video. You declined saying you'll wait until someone is throwing this way in the bigs and then you refuse to look at game footage of someone throwing Marshall's way in big league games.

                You don't know what you're talking about.

                Coach45
                www.rpmpitching.com

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by 4for4
                  What would Marshall's biomechanical solutions be for say Roger Clemons?

                  And I was just wondering if you would post a video clip right here in this thread of a youngster using Marshall's biomechanical solutions and maybe a video of, I don't know, maybe a high level player, say D1 or even MLB doing the same? It would be helpful to me and everyone if I could compare a Marshall student to, uh...the last about 100 years of the best that ever pitched a ball.
                  Why don't you ask Dr. Marshall personally and see how he responds?
                  www.rpmpitching.com

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Coach45
                    Mark,

                    I sent out almost 75 CD's to guys through this website, showing my son's mechanics. Have had some very nice discussions with some of them...including HiddenGem. He was kind enough to send me something in return. Great video of a major league homerun. His.

                    You have refused to even take a look. I've even offered to pay the $100 Marshall is charging and send you a complimentary copy of his complete video. You declined saying you'll wait until someone is throwing this way in the bigs and then you refuse to look at game footage of someone throwing Marshall's way in big league games.

                    You don't know what you're talking about.

                    Coach45
                    Post video here. You came here telling us the sky was falling. Now you need to either put up or shut up.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Coach45
                      Why don't you ask Dr. Marshall personally and see how he responds?
                      Why don't you post a clip here?

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                      • #12
                        Chris and coach 45

                        can't you just post the vid here and or e mail it to one of us and we can get it up here.


                        :gt

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                        • #13
                          Marshall's Program

                          My son is currently in the first 280 day pitching training program at Dr. Marshall's facility in Zephyrhills and it is amazing the amount of development and pitching progress he has made in a little under 8 months. When my son started there he was throwing 84mph and had a decent curve to compliment his fastball. What he now has is incredible. I wish he had these pitches, this velocity, and this arm strength last year as a high school senior. He was home for spring break a couple of weeks ago and his velocity and movement has picked up dramatically (I'm saying close to or above 88mph).

                          I share that because this is the results of a father who 5 years ago began looking for a pitching program that would help his son develop and be the best pitcher he could possibly be. I researched and visited alot of websites and read brochures from others that were selling their training programs but none were all that concerned about the injuries that are so common in the pitching arena. I'm a maintenance manager so I hear alot of sales pitches that contain alot of hype but little proof via documented studies to validate their claims. The thing that caught my attention with Dr. Marshall's program is that he validates his program with research and results which I can now personally attest to.

                          Dr. Marshall seemed to be more interested in the development of the complete pitcher and a rigorous training program to strengthen and overcome the mechanical flaws & stresses related to pitching. That was enough to catch my interest so I started reading his material. Well, if you have tried to do that it is virtually impossible to understand without a Phd, so several fathers and others coaxed Dr. Marshall into doing a quick training film. The purpose was to demonstrate how to apply his training regimen and also how to throw the pitches he teaches. It wasn't the best but it was a visual of what I couldn't create in my minds eye. The films are now much better and the training is more refined to really develop the total pitcher.

                          I don't blame anyone who is skeptical because I'm the world's biggest skeptic. But if you honestly research pitching and arm injuries you will most likely come to the same conclusion I did. As for anyone in the major's using this program you won't probably see it for another couple of years because it takes a tremendous amount of effort and study to understand the implications of what the current pitching motion is doing to today's pitchers. It's easier to complain and throw stones than to admit a problem but if anyone of us would conduct our business like MLB takes care of it's pitchers you and I would be in court for gross negligence.

                          I would highly recommend this training program for anyone who is interested in becoming the best pitcher he can be. I can say it because I've been there.

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                          • #14
                            Wonderful. Can we get a clip?

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Coach45
                              Mark,



                              You don't know what you're talking about.

                              Coach45
                              Funny, I was thinking the same thing about you. Let's see, I'm saying MLB pitchers are doing it correctly and you say they aren't. Hmmm.

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