“The RevFire, to me, is the single greatest piece of equipment to improve your pitcher's pitches. I personally LOVE it and use it with all of my advanced pitchers! It's a fantastic teaching tool when working with pitchers that have been practicing moving pitches and trying to master their spins. The RevFire is the only tool I've found that can give a pitcher immediate feedback in regards to the kind of spin she's trying to get, and the spin she's actually getting. For the first time in working with thousands of pitchers over the years, I am able to see developing pitchers actually focus specifically on spin at release instead of just gripping, pitching and hoping as they've always done before!"
Founder, Softball Excellence and former Head Coach: New Mexico State, Wichita State
"Controlled velocity, axis of rotation and total number of rotations are variables that determine ball movement. If you want to grab a player's attention put numbers into the conversation! RevFire technology dramatically focuses attention and calibration on the efficiency in which the ball exits the hand. As our students master their cut fastballs, change ups and curves using the RevFire, they quickly discover if those releases are effective or ineffective. As a result they obtain accurate ball revolutions per second which they can compare and judge improvement. In a short period of time we have experienced great results with 10 to 60 year old pitchers."
The Pinkman Baseball Academy
“I have found the RevFire to be an invaluable tool in helping my students understand the importance of not only spin rate but also quality of spin. Many coaches have focused on a pitcher’s speed and control because they are easily measured. Now coaches have a tool that can measure spin rate, which directly corresponds to the amount of movement possible for each pitch. I can envision RPS being as common in judging pitchers in the future as MPH is today.”
USA Men’s National Team 1995-2007
"Our instructors love the RevFire. It's amazing that we have the technology to measure spin rate. Our students ask for it when they come in to see if they are getting better. They are challenged by the RevFire numbers and are now interested in more than just speed."
National Softball Clinician
Former asst coach at Cal State Fullerton and San Diego State University