Benefits of Using RVP

RVP Speeds Up the Learning Curve

The goal of any training device is to accelerate learning and that’s exactly what RVP does. Our goal is to improve communication between coaches and students to optimize each learning experience.

Studies have shown that students retain about:

  • 10% of what they read
  • 20% of what they hear
  • 30% of what they see
  • 50% of what they both see and hear
  • 70% of what they feel and experience


RVP systems use all of these training methods of communication to help students build a correct model of pitching or hitting. What students think they are doing and what they are actually doing can be very different. So RVP helps the student match what he feels to what is real so he/she can make adjustments quicker and easier with longer lasting results. 

RVP identifies the cause of problem spots.

Most players realize when they roll over or pull off the ball but the key to improving is  identifying the cause. RVP systems are designed to step through the motion at 60 fps fields per second (twice as many frames as a normal video) to isolate and identify the first cause of the problem. Often if you fix the first thing that goes wrong, it will solve a variety of symptoms that show up later in the motion.


Ultimately saves coach and player time.

It is just faster to show then explain. Video analysis has come a long way. Capture a swing and compare it next to a pro in just a couple of seconds.


RVP gives players purpose.

RVP quickly identifies where a student can improve and provides analogies and drills to help the student understand and work on his or her individual needs.

RVP provides proof and credibility.

It is very difficult to teach wrong or mislead a student when using RVP because the definition is on the screen. RVP’s library of professional hitting and pitching models provides a great resource to reference, challenge, or prove instruction. Quickly reference any question by pulling up professional examples and see how the pros do it.

RVP keeps it simple for the player.

RVP keeps instruction simple by focusing on one principle at a time. 


RVP keeps it simple for the coach.

What could be better than an easy-to-use interface that makes it easy to capture, load, and compare players’ motions—even without any special computer skills. 

RVP ultimately saves time.

Quite simply, it’s just faster and easier to show a technique than to explain it. The CE300 and IS300 capture real time action so no extra time is needed during games or batting practice. Lessons that could take 15 to 20 minutes to explain can be shown in just seconds using good and bad examples.  That same 15 to 20 minutes can be used to get all of your players focused on their particular needs.

RVP works for all ages.

Even the youngest of players benefit from using RVP because most Little Leaguers have only seen the MLB players perform at game speed. RVP lets them see the motions at a speed they can comprehend.  Our minds are set up to learn from trial and error and from watching how others succeed. 

RVP provides a consistent message.

By the time players reach high school they have had up to five different coaches with different styles and terminology. RVP helps players assimilate all this instruction into a consistent message with common terminology.