Each pitcher has a unique throwing motion. We believe this is a great thing because there is not one "right" way to throw. What there is however, are a list of movement patterns that have been extensively researched and found to be "contributors" to pain/injury. Eliminating these is our priority when teaching throwing mechanics. We do this in 3 ways:
First, we do not believe in predominantly using "verbal" cues for pitchers. The goal for a pitcher is to think about the game itself, not be thinking about mechanics. So, we use a variety of tools that help pitchers train the correct motor pattern without having to think. They do these drills repeatedly until the body defaults to these healthy patterns.
Second, we train using many drills that are not highly stressful on the arm, but rather prioritize the body's movement, giving you the ability to train more often throughout the year without experiencing the damaging effects of overuse.
Lastly, we train with loud music and sometimes throw from unstable foundations that include varieties of jumping, lunging, and running. The goal for us is not to find the perfect throwing motion and repeat it. The goal is to learn control over the body and to be able to adjust in the real-time milliseconds that are different in each and every pitch.