Pitching Clinic Part One – Kim Dunlop-Borders

Pitching Clinic Part One – Kim Dunlop-Borders – Produced By Gary Leland

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This week I am bringing you part one of a pitching clinic with Kim Dunlop-Borders. This clinic was presented at Softball Con.

Kim Dunlop-Borders speaks on proper pitching mechanics. She fist mentions to make sure that when a pitcher makes her motions that all the movements feel natural. Natural movements help with proper mechanics and prevent injuries from occurring as often.

She also speaks about the glove hand. A softball pitcher must be aware of her glove hand as well! If a pitchers glove hand is anywhere but in front of her body then the softball pitcher is not focusing all of her power forward to get the ball over the plate to the catcher.

Coach Kim also mentions that a pitcher's balance is important. To maintain good balance is great to make sure that all pitches are consistent.

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  • FPforlifer

    I’m sorry but I think Kim is off track here. Whether male or female, if you don’t open your hips/shoulders, you’ll leave your arm behind the plane of your chest when you arm is at peak acceleration. This stresses the shoulder in an unnatural way and can lead to injury. We (the sports medicine community) learned this in the ’80s. I don’t recommend regressing.