How Long Should My Pitching Stride Be? – Dr. Sherry Werner – 125

Pitching Mechanics

How Long Should My Pitching Stride Be? Dr. Sherry Werner

– Produced By Gary Leland

In this episode of the Fastpitch Softball Chat Show, Dr. Sherry Werner from the Sherry Werner Fastpitch Academy, answers a frequently asked question from parents of softball pitchers. She breaks down the idea behind a player's pitching stride and how long it should take or how far they should step out.

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Sherry Werner Sherry Werner, PhD is currently a biomechanics consultant with Ben Hogan Sports Medicine, TMI Sports Medicine, and Tulane Institute of Sports Medicine, and a pitching instructor at the Sherry Werner Fastpitch Academy. She has held research positions at the United States Olympic Training Center. She received a MS degree in Biomechanics from Indiana University in 1989 and a PhD in Biomechanics from The Pennsylvania State University in 1995. Past projects include data collection and analysis of elite softball pitchers during the 1996 Olympic Games.

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