Login; 90MPH Club . 90MPH Club Core . Learn more. 90MPH Club ... What the Pros are Saying! Goose Gossage If you want to add MPH to your fastball and take your pitching to the next level then Paul Reddick is the way to go. ... I would recommend Paul Reddick’s 90mph Club. Paul is one of those guys who takes pitchers to the next level. ...
The pitching course that started it all. Used by over 16,000 pitchers world wide. The 90mph Club Core Program is used by more pitchers than any other pitching program ever created. Endorsed by Hall Of Famer, Goose Gossage, MLB pitching coaches Rick Honeycutt and Dave Eiland as well as Vanderbilt Pitching Coach Derek Johnson.
Thank you for your 90 MPH Club system. My son (age 10) used your idea of angling his foot on the pitching rubber and changing his angle on the mound, as you can see in the photo. These two components alone changed his velocity from 54 mph to 62 mph. So far in this little league season he has pitched 11 innings and has 29 K’s with only 5 walks.
For parents, pitchers and coaches who want the big league edge I would recommend Paul Reddick's 90mph Club. Paul's one of those guys who takes pitchers to the next level." - Rick Honeycutt, pitching coach for the Los Angeles Dodgers "If you want to add MPH to your fastball and take your pitching to the next level the 90mph Club is the way to go.
Additional Add-On Courses. If you don’t see everything you need in the 90 MPH Club, there is more to be found at Paul Reddick VIP. In our opinion, one of the best part of the Paul Reddick VIP Baseball program is the option to add on or buy additional courses à la carte.Author: Ryan Basham
May 27, 2011 · Brent, I read your article “Throw 90 mph club”. I was at an open tryout this past June and can relate to your experience. This was my first tryout ever as well at 21 years old. I was not told a velocity digit by the scout. All I was told was my best fast ball …
We reviewed Paul's 90 MPH Club last year, but since then there have been tremendous developments to his site and his program. Paul is the antithesis of a pitching coach. Most pitching coaches teach the same fundamentals to each player, believing there is a correct and an incorrect stance, pitching motion, etc. Paul doesn't see it that way.