Okay so picking right up where we left off… We’ve already talked about Goals, Identities and Habits… Then we talked a bit about how to INSTALL those habits so they run on autopilot (even
Greetings and salutations! Why the oddly formal hello this morning, you ask? No reason… I just don’t get to use the word ‘salutations’ enough (and levity is good for the soul). Anyway, let’s
I was on a remote coaching call with a high school pitcher the other day and we got on the topic of goals… It’s one of the first things we go over on these
Happy day-after-New Years Day Monday... In my last email we talked about how yesterday was Day One. Which technically makes today Day TWO... but following on that theme of "one pitch at a time"
Hey it's Coach Phil with BetterPitching... Happy New Year! Easily one my favorite holidays... this year my kids stayed up 'til midnight and we all got up on the couch and literally jumped into
So in yesterday's post I touched on something that might seem counter-intuitive... If you missed it you can find it here: Fixing Velocity Leaks in Your Pitching Motion The idea that sometimes
As pitchers shift from Off-Season training mode to In-Season pitching mode, it's generally a good idea to shift the focus away from mechanics, and spend more time working on things
*This article is adapted from a response I initially gave over at online pitching forum, letstalkpitching.com. One thing that stands out when you watch major league pitchers is just how much
I get this kind of questions a lot: "What should my son be doing between games to keep his arm healthy this season?" Pitching is a pretty high risk/high reward pursuit.
Understanding the power of Neuroplasticity They say 90% of the game is mental. Few would argue with the role your mental approach has in your success as a pitcher (and pretty
Developing a Winning Pitcher’s Mindset Ask players and coaches about the importance of a good mental approach, and most will agree it plays a huge role in a player’s success. In