When simulating game like situations and stimulations; players must physically experience the same level of stress. The additional stress in practice will help players ‘slow the game down’ during the game. The faster you practice, the heavier of loads your hit and throw, and the mental stress that a player
will feel only helps the performance of the player. The immediate byproduct is that the player’s performance I.Q. will improve.
Game Like Pitching Reaction Times
Reference: Jason Ochart https://goo.gl/YxR0KU - @Jason_cOchart
|Speed - MPH||Time - Seconds|
|Ideal Speed When Throwing From|
|Front Toss 15 feet||BP 35 ft|
|Ideal Distance to Throw From|
|Pitching Machine Speed|
|45 mph||50 mph||55 mph|
|26 ft||29 ft||32 ft|
|29 ft||32 ft||35 ft|
|31 ft||34 ft||38 ft|
|33 ft||36 ft||40 ft|
Launch Angle Heights
Formula - Distance * Tangent ( Degrees)
If you are working on a 20* Launch Angle from off a Batting Tee and into a Batting Sock the formula would be 3 x tan(20).
You would then measure that distance from the top of the Batting Tee and make a mark on the batting sock.