On this episode, Nunzio Signore shares how to design individualized training programs for pitchers, and how to establish a high performance environment. Nunzio digs deep into detail about The Pitching Lab, a closed-loop training program that he developed alongside episode two guest, Jim Wladyka. We talk weighted balls, mobility assessments, core activation, bullpen sessions, video analysis, he gives us his Do’s or Don’ts of training pitchers, and, much, much, more.
Our guest’s resource: Pitcher’s Arm Care
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Back of the Baseball Card
Nunzio Signore is the owner and operator Rockland Peak Performance, Co-Director of the Pitching Lab, and author of the book Pitchers Arm Care.
Nunzio is a performance enhancement specialist certified through the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) and is also certified in the Functional Movement Screen (FMS).
In addition to the work he is doing at RPP and with The Pitching Lab, he speaks annually at clinics such as Inside Baseball and Be the Best, and has been invited to lecture to college exercise science majors at schools such as Springfield College, Cortland University and Montclair State to name a few.
Prior to starting RPP, he did extensive baseball mentorships with Eric Cressey of Cressey Sports Performance as well as programs with Mike Boyle (Olympic Men’s Ice Hockey, Boston Red Sox).