Baseball-Tutorials.com – The Hip Movement Pitching Drill is designed to help pitchers involve their lower bodies sooner. They can work on pushing the hips forward before the knee lift gets to its highest point. This will force the striding leg to come down faster and help get more power behind the pitch.
To do this drill, players stand perpendicular to a chain link fence with their glove side closest to the fence. They should be about 8-12 inches away from the fence. This drill simply involves picking the kicking leg up and leaning into the fence just before the knee reaches the top of its kick.
The fence simply helps because it allows players to feel the forward motion without having to complete the pitch. It also supports them and lets them fall without fear.