I am a sophomore at Marvyille College, an NCCA Division 3 affiliated school. I was really excited when I was recruted to this school and worked hard to compete for the spring. We had a pretty deep pitching staff, but I felt like I could compete. Long story short I played a very minimal amount of innings on the Junior Varsity team due to an arm injury.
The season inspired me to work extremely hard during the summer to earn some innings the next year. I was committed to working out and running, but it felt like I kept hitting a brick wall after a while. I was looking online for some pitching tips, and some how I found the 90 mile per hour site. (I think my mom showed me a Zinger article) anyway I looked at it and asked my dad whether or not I should try it. He looked at it and noticed the 30 day trial, so we figured we'd give it a shot.
From day one I loved the focus of the workouts and the way they were taken to the extreme with whatever you had available. I focused the whole summer on being commited to this program and noticed some nice gains from it. I did struggle on the mound at first with my new velocity gains. I struggled in the form of control. It was a great summer to work on stuff for the season.
The team I played on went to a showcase (Beast of the East) in west virginia and I decided (even though i was already at a college) to show what I had accomplished. I threw a bullpin and got noticed by a pretty big Division 1 school by the name of Boston College! what a thrill to hear!
I took all that I learned from the summer to school and had a dominating fall. The fall lead me into the spring competing for the number 3 spot in the rotation on Varsity. My fastball jumped (in one summer) from topping out at 86 MPH to recently topping out at 92 our first series!
Its funny how people are questioning me about taking "roids" (I know that is a serious subject, and i have done no such thing) but, I just love how players questioned the weird workouts I was doing in the fall and pre-game but now; they are begging me to tell them why I am doing them, where I found them, and how they could get them. Don't worry you should have some customers from my school soon.
I am extremely pleased with my results and I am planning on building off of where I am now. It is exciting to have my fastball and off speed working (almost the way I want them) so I can focus on the mental approach to my game.
Thank you for offering such an honest system for a great price! I have told a lot of people about this program. (its so good, I almost don't want to give the secret away)
P.S. First appearance -home opener-
(In the nightcap, four MC hurlers combined for a one-hit gem on the mound. Nick Bowers surrendered the only hit in three innings of work. The hard throwing right-hander struck out seven of the thirteen batters he faced. Wes Dobson picked up the win with two strong innings of relief. He struck out three of his seven batters. Clint Helton and Mark Morales closed the door to finish the game for MC on the hill.) -Maryville College Webiste
Stats (#34 Nick Bowers [ERA= 3.60] [W/L 3-0] [Innings pitched 15.0] [SO 14] [opponents batting AVG .185])