If you've read my product reviews, you know there's more to a product than whether it does what it says it does. Is it intuitive and user-friendly? Are the perceived benefits truly due to the product alone? And is the product actually helpful? These are just some of the many questions that needs to be addressed before I personally recommend a product. Kyle Boddy of Driveline Baseball recommends Motus Baseball, so that's a very good sign for me. But I'm not Kyle and I don't have a high-tech operation...would the product be worth considering for the average coach like me? That's why I'm glad to have Will Carroll on the show. Will is the Media Relations Director for Motus Global and he and I chat about the merits of Motus Baseball. Tune in and see if Motus Baseball sounds like it can benefit your player(s).
Plus Austin Wasserman of WassermanStrength.com points us to bullpens, its benefits and how to properly track them in the Wass Strength Tip Of The Week.
In this 54-minute episode, you'll learn:
- why Will is known as the "Injury Expert" when he's not a doctor
- what the motus Throw product is, what it's used for
- what Will believes causes batting slumps and how the motus Batting product can help
- how the motus products work on the field
- the key factor in how the motus products help players improve
- how the products can help both in-game and in practices
- how the motus Throw can give you the context for injury prevention
- whether the motus Throw can help kids find their ideal pitching/throwing motion
Screenshots from my son's real world usage of the Motus Batting app:
Screenshots from my son's real world usage of the Motus Throw app:
Resources mentioned in this episode:
- Motus Baseball. Cost is $149.99. Enter code "motus" to save $10.
- Driveline endorses Motus Baseball to measure elbow stress
- Driveline explains how to use the Motus sleeve
- Wass Strength's How to track bullpens
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