Full Body Rotation Training

-Since 2007-

Designed for athletes who rotate

Throw, Swing, Hit & Kick with more power

Others devices attempt to train your core, through your arms. Most athletes when doing these movements “arm it”, they put excessive energy in to moving their arms and not their legs and core, which are the real power centers of the body.

Stop trying to train your body to rotate with medicine balls, donuts and pulley machines. Instead, attach resistance directly to your core!!!!

Training The Whole Body

  • Hips
  • Torso
  • Shoulder & Arms
  • Full Body



1. The Hips

Hip Movement & Turn is Step One in Creating Powerful Hitting & Throwing Movements, to:

  • Use the Ground, Legs & Hips to Create Lower Body Force
  • Develop Proper Sequencing of Body
  • Maximize Power, Bat & Arm Speed
  • Throw Harder & Drive Ball Deeper
  • Spread Forces Over Entire Body to Prevent Arm & Elbow Injuries



2. The Torso

Turning the Shoulders Uses the Core & Spine Muscles that Result in 80% of Maximum Power Generation for Hitting & Throwing:

  • Improves Hip & Shoulder Separation
  • Builds Greater Core Strength & Rotational Power, (Compared to Hip Power Only)
  • Improves Proper Sequencing of Body Segments to Make Swing and Throwing Motion More Consistent 
  • Greater Power, Arm & Bat Speed



3. Shoulder & Arms

Correct Movement of the Arms & Shoulder, Combined with the Turn of the Upper Spine:  

  • Adds Additional Muscle Forces to those of Legs, Hips & Torso Motion
  • Completes Proper Body Segment Sequencing 
  • Improves Arm Speed & Torque
  • Better Movement and Load to Scapula
  • Reduces Injury Risk to Shoulder & Arm



4. Full Body Training System


Train Entire Body to Improve Hitting & Pitching with the PC360 Fully Body System:

  • Hips
  • Legs
  • Core
  • Back
  • Arms & Shoulders
  • Chest


Blake Doyle - MLB Hitting Coach

Steve Fairchild - NFL & NCAA Coach

Terry Pettit - HOF Volleyball Coach

Lauren Howe - LPGA Pro

Greg Riddoch - MLB Coach & Former Player

Steve Fairchild - NFL & NCAA Coach