We have the pleasure of working with Tom House Sports, a self-entitled entity of Tom House, who is a former MLB pitcher as well as throwing coach to the likes of Tom Brady, Drew Brees, Dak Prescott, Randy Johnson, and Nolan Ryan. “Often called the ‘father of modern pitching mechanics’ and a ‘professor of throwing,’ Dr. Tom House pitched at the professional level for 12 years before developing a comprehensive, science-based methodology for training pitchers. Tom House founded the National Pitching Association (NPA) and the Rod Dedeaux Research and Baseball Institute (RDRBI) to research and implement human movement, physical preparation, and training programs to help pitchers and rotational athletes improve their skills. Tom House was one of the first to use mechanics and athlete motion analysis to develop a practical pitching program for pitchers and rotational athletes, which has evolved into the National Pitching program for athletes.” We are fortunate enough to welcome THS into the facility to work with our athletes on throwing mechanics, collection of statistical data on reaching his/her velocity capacity, and identifying/isolating weak links in their mechanics leading to a loss in throwing velocity. Athletes also receive lectures on Biomechanics, functional fitness, nutrition, and mental/emotional management.
As part of Tom House Sports, we have the pleasure of working with the National Pitching Association, and the NPA’s East regional director. NPA’s regional manager helps train athletes and supervise associate coaches providing baseball instruction to athletes in our New England area.
Dave Wallace is a former professional baseball pitcher, pitching coach, and front-office executive. He played major league baseball for the Philadelphia Phillies and Toronto Blue Jays. After his playing career, he was a pitching coach for the Los Angeles Dodgers, New York Mets, Boston Red Sox, Houston Astros, and Baltimore Orioles.
Dave has and will and host various talks, training sessions, and pro-style workouts for our athletes. Be on the lookout for the next workout with Dave.