For the Love of the Game
Tom House has spent most of his life in the game of baseball. In his baseball career he has been a professional baseball player, a pitching coach, a researcher, and a motivational force for many young pitchers today. Considered by many to be the "Father of Modern Pitching Mechanics," he has dedicated the last 15 years of his life to performing research about all aspects of pitching. The list of people Tom has worked with reads like a "who's who" on the professional baseball mound. Nolan Ryan, Randy Johnson, Mark Prior, Robb Nen, Kevin Brown... the list goes on. He has most recently co-founded The National Pitching Association. Tom has dedicated his post-professional baseball career to continuing research on pitching, and the sharing of that information to parents, coaches and athletes so that all can learn to pitch longer, more effectively, and in better health.
"In my career, I have worked with thousands of kids, coaches and parents. There is nothing more rewarding than watching people who love the game of baseball improve and progress to higher and higher levels of awareness and ability.

Earlier this year, I had the wonderful opportunity to gather together high level professionals from the different disciplines that make any athlete their best. We plotted a path to continue pitching research, and to help as many pitchers, coaches, and parents with that research.

I am truly excited about the possibilities of a community wholly-based on helping young athletes be their best while minimizing injuries."

Yours in Baseball,
Tom House

Publications

  • The Art and Science of Pitching
  • The Picture Perfect Pitcher
  • The Pitching Edge
  • Fit To Pitch
  • Stronger Arms and Upper Body

    DVDs

  • The Art and Science of Pitching DVD Series
          - Pitching Mechanics
          - Performance Drills
          - Core Warm Ups
          - Cords and Grips
          - Safe Curveballs
          - Fitness on the Field
          - Effective Change-Ups
          - Functional Strength Training
  • ©2002 Tom House   info@tomhouse.com