The Yin Yang of Baseball: Pitchers and Hitters

Our Friends at http://itsbaseball.net/ have been with us since the beginning. As one of our first customers, they have helped us troubleshoot, and have truly advanced our system. Chas Pippitt and Justin Orenduff aren’t your average coaches. They’ve given 11,000+ lessons in just the past couple years and have given over 1,000 online lessons using PowerChalk.

They are always working on new ways to get their teaching philosophy across to their students in fun exciting ways and we believe this article tops them all. Forgot to mention, these guys are pretty funny too.

Click here to read their full article on “The Yin Yang of Baseball: The Complementary and Combative Nature of Pitchers and Hitters”

Intro: The way we teach the art of pitching and hitting here at Baseball Rebellion, can be easily characterized as the Yin Yang effect of seemingly opposing forces that have components of each other within themselves. We will highlight the similarities and differences within the two teachings and positions and show how without one, the other cannot exist. A great attribute of Baseball Rebellion is our willingness to work together as a unit to improve the theory and methodology associated with our high level hitting and pitching programs. Justin and Chas have demonstrated the ability to identify flaws and improve inadequacies in each other’s style and delivery to accelerate players in both programs. YIN (Justin’s Pitching Theory) and YANG (Chas’s Hitting Theory) work in concert for a common goal: improving and enhancing the other’s philosophy. Who’s winning? Baseball Rebels everywhere.

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