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
Ah, back at it... another "Mental Side of Pitching" tip for you today... This weekend I went back to school... Well, not literally... I attended the annual World Baseball Coaches Convention (along with
So in my last email about learning by "copying" the pros, I left some things unsaid... Over the weekend I had a chance to catch up with a fellow baseball coach. He'd
Little bit of a different post today... At the end of the long season, it's always a good idea to take a step back and look at the big picture.
[h5]Have you seen Chris Archer pitch yet?[/h5] I know I just wrote about him in my last post where we looked at his delivery (unusually slow and deliberate for such a
Everybody wants to throw hard, and don’t get me wrong, velocity is great. But if you really want to be a top pitcher and get to that next level, keeping
[h5]Interview with former US Navy SEAL, Brad McLeod[/h5] So in my last article I talked all about the mental game of pitching, specifically things you can do to improve your focus
In my last post, Pitching Principle #2: Momentum, I talked about the power of momentum and how you can use it to your advantage. And one of the great things