Expert Feedback From Our Staff Biomechanist
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An essential part of a player's development is understanding the fundamentals of their mechanics and how to improve them.
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Courtney Semkewyc Ph.D
Courtney has a strong background in sports biomechanics. Her experience ranges from coding to optical motion capture and signal analysis. As a Performance Science Biomechanics for MLB teams she has a experience analyzing and performing research on the biomechanics of baseball athletes.
Omar Iglesias Ph.D
Omar has a long history of working with major league prospects and players. In his homeland of Cuba, Omar served as a Professor of Biomechanics from 2008-2016. He has worked as an assistant coach for the Cuban Olympic team and has written numerous research articles on biomechanics and player development.
A Bat Swing Analyzed
"This player engages their arms too early in the swing. This type of improper sequencing limits adjustability and energy transfer, and as such this player should work on sequencing drills to initiate their swing with their pelvis, while delaying their arms to create tension in their upper body."
A Pitch Analyzed
"This player has an improper sequencing leading their pitching motion with their upper half. This introduces instability, reduces energy transfer and increases the risk for injury. To help improve this the player should focus on sequencing and hip-shoulder separation drills."