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The 90 Project (2022-23)

By December 15, 2021November 4th, 2022No Comments

A Technologically Advanced Pitching Velocity Program

Featuring 4D Motion and ProPlayAI

Oct. 5-Feb. 26 in Lake Stevens & Oct. 4-Feb. 26 in Lynnwood

The 90 Project is offered in both Lake Stevens and Lynnwood with two tracks available at each location to better-accommodate player schedules:

LAKE STEVENS
Limited to 15 pitchers ages 13 and up

  • Wed (5 Players: 6 PM-8 PM, 7 PM-9 PM, 8 PM-10 PM)
    Fri (5 Players: 6 PM-8 PM, 7 PM-9 PM, 8 PM-10 PM)
    Sun (15 Players: 8 AM-10 AM)

LYNNWOOD
Limited to 30 pitchers ages 13 and up

  • Tue (5 Players: 6 PM-8 PM, 7 PM-9 PM, 8 PM-10 PM)
    Thurs (5 players: 6 PM-8 PM, 7 PM-9 PM, 8 PM-10 PM)
    Sun (15 Players: 8 AM-10 AM, 9 AM-11 AM)
  • Wed (5 Players: 6 PM-8 PM, 7 PM-9 PM, 8 PM-10 PM)
    Fri (5 Players: 6 PM-8 PM, 7 PM-9 PM, 8 PM-10 PM)
    Sun (15 Players: 8 AM-10 AM, 9 AM-11 AM)

STEP 1: Purchase program.

STEP 2: We will reach out to you to discuss your preferred session times and schedule an appointment for your Movement Screening and Data Assessment.

LAKE STEVENS

Pay in Full

$2,750

6 Monthly Payments

$500

12 Monthly Payments

$250

LYNNWOOD

Pay in Full

$2,750

6 Monthly Payments

$500

12 Monthly Payments

$250

They say if a pitching prospect can hit 90 mph, there’s a D1 school ready to welcome them. With that goal in mind, BASE by Pros is proud to offer a technologically advanced pitching program that utilizes scientific feedback to provide pitchers with measurable results. From your initial assessment to consistent training sessions in the gym and on the mound, BASE by Pros will keep you on track to achieve your optimal level of performance. The goal is 90mph…but that’s just the start!

The 90 Project Features

Participation in The 90 Project begins with a physical assessment and is then followed by 32 training sessions to help you unlock new levels of velocity.

  • Maximize your body’s potential to safely throw the ball as hard as possible.
  • Participate in a strength and conditioning program based on collegiate and professional baseball programs.
  • Learn pre- and post-throwing arm care routines.
  • Be held accountable to weekly throwing plans.
  • Take advantage of stretching and foam rolling.
  • Expand your range of motion.
  • Benefit from access to slow motion video of your delivery.

Movement Screening and Data Assessment

  • Undergo a movement screening testing flexibility, balance, and range of motion based on recommendations from licensed physicians.
  • View video breakdowns in real time for precise recording of player mechanics.
  • Track your throwing motion on a mobile device with the help of a 3D avatar that mirrors the motion of specific body parts.
  • View an assessment that gives key biomechanical feedback.
  • Take advantage of a Kinetic sequencing module.
  • Study a detailed 3D analysis with graphs and visual tools.
  • Gain an improved understanding of your biomechanics to identify power leaks, improper positions, paths, and stress on joints.
  • Establish quantifiable targets and improvement goals.
  • Better visualize your delivery with the help of 3D angles, graphs, etc.
  • Receive access to a cloud-based folder containing detailed notes, drills, and video.
  • Thoroughly understand what your body is doing vs. what you think it’s doing!

(Disclaimer: BASE by Pros will equip you with the tools to achieve your highest velocity, but can not guarantee you will reach 90 mph. There are a number of factors that influence success, many of which rely on you. We will do everything in our power however, to support and guide you along your journey to 90!)

Karsten SweumTwitter Post

The ’22 season is in the books, and I want to shout the strength and mobility training that I learned from The90Project through @WestAaron14 @BASEBYPros -Over 100 innings and 1600 in-game pitches, and ZERO injuries, tweaks, etc! Super thankful for the foundation it provided!

Connor Campbell2021: 53 IP, 1.18 ERA, 22 BB, 57 K, 1.2 WHIP

One thing I enjoyed about The 90 Project was how they told you what you needed to improve upon. Whether it was mobility, strength, or something mechanical, they always had something that you could improve upon. Another thing I liked about the program was the connections made. Through the competitions and working out together, the program helped me build connections to many people within it.

Ryan Moran2022: 56 IP, 2.87 ERA, 42 BB, 57 K, 1.53 WHIP, 1 No Hitter

The 90 Project atmosphere was full of encouragement and it was lots of fun. Everybody hyped you up when you hit a PR in the weight room or on the mound, and the coaches continuously gave tips and instruction that positively impacted everybody's pitching abilities!

Michael Komola2022: 1.70 ERA, 103.2 IP, 26 BB, 144 K, 0.95 WHIP, 1 No Hitter

The 90 Project was not only helpful, but fun. The trainers helped tweak my mechanics and learn new pitches. The combination of throwing and lifting was so helpful. It was overall a great program and would definitely do it again.