Coach Ron Wolforth 2015-11-16 03:54:20
Is your son a pitcher, age 12-18? Do you want him to reach the next level? If so, I’ve got vital information to share with you that your son’s coaches may not tell you — and may not even know. My name is Ron Wolforth, Founder of The Texas Baseball Ranch. You may have seen me interviewed by ESPN, Sports Illustrated, and others. Since 2003,217 of my pitching students have broken the 90 mph barrier ... 28 have topped 94 mph ... and 81 have been drafted by MLB. If your son is a pitcher who wants to get noticed by coaches and scouts, win a scholarship or even get drafted, this may be a once-in-a-lifetime experience for you. But I have lived it with over 10,155 pitchers and their parents for the last 30 years. As a coach whose clients include Scott Kazmir, Trevor Bauer, C.J. Wilson, and other Major League pitchers, I’ve seen it all. That’s why I urge you to get a copy of my book, A Parents Survival Guide: For The Parent of The Elite Pitcher. As a reader of Baseball The Magazine, the book is yours free. Just pay for shipping. Here’s a small sample of what you’ll discover: • The 2 types ofpitchers MOST at risk for serious injury. Is your son in danger? See page 7 • Hie truth about velocity. Yes, it can be taught. We teach it at every day (see the proof on pages 26-28) • Why pitch count per game doesn’t matter nearly as much as pitch count p e r__ (revealed on page 32) • Finally! A smart approach to breaking balls that lets your pitcher humiliate hitters ... while reducing his risk of injury (see pages 10-23) • Why most pitchers are NOT over-used, they arc underprepared. Is your son among them? See pages 33-35 • The facts about long toss. Properly taught, long toss makes you a better thrower — and a better pitcher (see pages 46-51) • Are weighted baseballs a good thing? Yes! But you should never pitch with them (explained on page 56) • The only way to develop command of both fastballs and secondary stuff— and mechanics do NOT matter (see pages 59-63) • Why your pitcher’s weakest link is the key to unlocking his full potential. Get this wrong and all his years of hard work are wasted (see pages 115-119) • Plus, the controversial truth about select/travel ball... year-round baseball... showcase tournaments ... high school baseball... college scholarships ... and the draft. DANGERS TO AVOID If you’re the parent of a promising pitcher, you may find yourself “lost” or wondering what to do n ex t... you may face conflicting advice about your son’s potential and what’s best for him. If you make the wrong move, your son’s health and future may be jeopardized. I have seen good, smart parents make critical mistakes about their son’s pitching career. My book explains those mistakes, so you can avoid them. As a high-profile coach with a 30-year reputation to protect, I will give you straightforward, practical advice to help you navigate the next stage of your son’s development as a pitcher. HOW TO GET YOUR FREE BOOK Request your free copy of my book, A Parent’s Survival Guide: For The Parent of The Elite Pitcher. It will be rushed to you by U.S. Mail, for a small shipping charge. Visit www.FreePitchingBook.com ... or you may call our office at 936-588-6762. About The Author: Ron Wolforth has developed his unique methods over more than 30 years, coaching pitchers from elementary school to the Major Leagues. CBS 60 Minutes Sports calls him: "The pitching guru who teaches kids how to throw over 90 mph, pain free." Coach Wolforth consults with 3 MLB teams and dozens of NCAA programs. No one in the world has developed more 90 mph arms in a single location since 2003. His book helps parents make an informed decision about how to help their son reach the next level as a pitcher.
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