By Nunzio Signore (BA, CPT, NASM, PES, FMS)
Last month we hosted our first ever “Panel of Experts” seminar at RPP. Not only was it a smashing success with nearly 100 guests, I got to sit back, listen and let somebody else do the talking for a while. In Part 1 of this 2 Part video series, our guest panelists touch on a variety of different topics ranging from “closed loop” training and pre-throwing mobility work, to making key adjustments when entering the big leagues. Great takeaways on this one guys, enjoy.
We incorporate a “closed loop” training system here at RPP. We believe in it whole heartedly and obviously so does Seton Hall Pitching Coach Phil Cundari.
Cleveland Indians Pitcher Robbie Aviles came to me a month ago, lacking hip internal rotation and a need for overall strength gains. Here he talks about getting assessed and how he feels now when he throws.
St. John’s Pitching Coach Corey Muscara speaks about pre-throwing mobility work and strength and conditioning as passionately as he does about pitching.
Texas Rangers Catcher Isaias Quiroz (I.Q.) speaks about slowing the game down and how confidence comes into play when catching pro pitchers.
Stay tuned for Part 2 where we’ll hear from former MLB Pitcher Rob Delaney and Cleveland Indian’s Rob Kaminsky among others.
See ya’ in the gym.