RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

HOW TO OPTIMIZE YOUR KINETIC CHAIN REACTION

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BERNSTEIN PRINCIPLE - Originated by Soviet neurologist, Nikolai Bernstein, this scientific principle states that the body will organize itself in accordance to the overall goal of balance and movement. 

ENHANCING KCR CAPABILITIES

There are many ways to enhance KRC. A stronger body increases KCR's potential energy with more power, speed, and velocity capabilities. Exit hand speeds and increased arm whip improve KCR's energy conversion rates. Increased mass improves KCR force. Timing sync optimization improves elastic energy levels. And strong transfer stations (front foot strike especially) increase KCR exit velocities.

KCR EQUAL AND OPPOSITE COLLISIONS

KCR heavily depends upon the scientific theorem principles of Newton's Three Laws of Motion. For example, back hip drive's opposite reaction is the creation of ground reaction force. Front knee flex (FKF) has an opposite reaction through front knee extension (FKE). Internal rotation (IR) and external rotation (ER) are equal and opposites.

According to the Law of Energy Dissipation, energy cannot be destroyed, and will find the path of least resistence - which are your joints. Since bone and muscle are stronger than ligaments, tendons, and muscle insertion points, energy escapement occurs within the joints and potential to injury occurs in soft tissue.

A KINETIC CHAIN REACTION is a sequence of reactions wherein a reactive product causes additional reactions to occur. This releases energy in a timed sequence. In baseball, this "sequence" causes energy release in the form(s) of kinetic, elastic, or mechanical energy. If one "sequence" is misaligned, the remaining sequences faulter. A perfect example of how KCR works is a domino chain, wherein if one domino is misplaced (or misaligned, the remaining dominos will not fall properly.

KINETIC ENERGY - Energy of motion that is converted from potential, elastic, or mechanical - into kinetic energy (bat hitting the baseball or delivery throwing a baseball).

MECHANICAL ENERGY - This is the energy an object gets when work it conducted upon it. In baseball, this would be the energy created within a swing or when a pitcher winds up.

ELASTIC ENERGY - This is the stored mechanical energy an object possesses when its shape, volume, or structure is distorted. This would be more spine bow in a pitching delivery or more bat flex during a swing.

TORQUE - How much "twisting" force an object is experiencing. By increasing elastic energy and torque rate, pitchers and hitters exponentially increase power, speed, and velocity.

MECHANICAL ENERGY - This is the energy an object gets when work it conducted upon it. In baseball, this would be the energy created within a swing or when a pitcher winds up.

ELASTIC ENERGY - This is the stored mechanical energy an object possesses when its shape, volume, or structure is distorted. This would be more spine bow in a pitching delivery or more bat flex during a swing.

TORQUE - How much "twisting" force an object is experiencing. By increasing elastic energy and torque rate, pitchers and hitters exponentially increase power, speed, and velocity.

 
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