The NC Dinos will participate in the DriveLine Camp in Tokyo, Japan from November 25 to December 1 to strengthen their pitching staff.
Driveline is a training program that analyzes pitching mechanics through biomechanics technology to improve pitching efficiency and accuracy, and has been actively adopted by clubs in the United States and Japan.
Seo Eui-tae, Lee Yong-jun, Shin Young-woo, and Lee Yong-hoon will participate in the camp, along with coach Kim Gun-tae, trainer Kim Han-beom, and international business manager Kwon Seung-hwan.
NC Dinos head coach Lim Sun-nam said, “We are looking forward to the development of our coaching staff and training staff through this camp, in addition to the development of the players’ skills. During the camp, we will learn more about Driveline’s training methods, data utilization, and analysis methods so that we can help our players grow.”
“I want to upgrade my training methods from a new perspective, and during the camp, I will analyze my mechanics to learn how to pitch efficiently and various training methods to generate more power. Through this opportunity, I hope to become a player who can contribute a little more to the team’s victory next year.”
Since 2013, 먹튀검증토토사이트 when NC joined the regular league (first team), the team has been applying scientific and systematic methods to the operation and development of the team, such as utilizing D-Locker, a team information system developed in-house.