Episode 22 Part 2 of 2 – Level I, II & III: Paul Reddick helps pitchers get better. Paul is the former Director of The Yogi Berra Museum baseball camp and the author of the book, The New Rules of Baseball Instruction and Co-Author of the best seller The Picture Perfect Pitcher with Tom House. He presents a brand new perspective on how to look at pitching development. Baseball is like throwing a weight, are you strong enough? All pitchers are developed different and must be treated so, getting a strength coach before you learn how to pitch, a new and innovative way to look at pitch counts, not just with a general chart but really identifying when a pitcher needs to come out according to his body, mechanics, rest time and more. Recovering process, after season time off and more. We discuss something new when it comes to rest periods between innings and not just rest between games, staying warm between innings and should pitchers throw curve balls, best pitches for young pitchers to throw and more. Lastly, we discuss a new mental development program for coaches, players and parents called 5-6-7 Pitcher. For any questions, comments, or suggestions you can reach Pete via email@example.com on email. You can support Baseball Outside the Box with Peter Caliendo by clicking through our website before you shop on Amazon – just click our banner on the right-hand side of our website – also, because you’re a listener of our show, our sponsor Audible.com is offering you a 30-day FREE trial and FREE audio book download! Just go to AudibleTrial.com/InsidePitch – you’ll get your free audio book and support the show! Brought to you by Lineup Media Group – LineupMedia.com.