Too Much Information

Recently a new student came into the facility who had never had a lesson. She and her father went out in the yard and looked for comfortable and natural ways to pitch. [Read more…]

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She Doesn’t Cry Anymore

This would be a great title for a country song, but it actually applies to a pitcher we were discussing. [Read more…]

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Your Focus May Be Out Of Focus

How do you instill self-confidence in young pitchers? This is a great topic suggested by one of our Certified Instructors. Actually, the question should be, “How do we install confidence in young musicians, dancers, soccer players, or math students?” [Read more…]

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The More You Play, The Better You Get????

From the very first time I stepped on the softball field at 10 years old, I knew that I wanted to do it for the rest of my life. [Read more…]

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Building a True Champion

Recently I was asked to speak to a parent/coaches clinic about “Developing a High-Performance Pitcher”. I printed a list of our students who currently have D1 scholarships or are currently pitching on the D1 level. [Read more…]

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Welcome to Boot Camp!

Your alarm sounds at 5am. You grab a drink and run out the door on a cold, gloomy morning. The bed felt so warm that it was almost impossible to leave. [Read more…]

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Rush the Process, Ruin the Pitcher

Sometimes people will send us a drill from the internet and want to use it with their daughter. Before discussing the validity of any drill, you must realize that our entire focus is on the “development” of the pitcher. It is a process, step by step. [Read more…]

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It Is So Hard To Maintain Awesome

Some of our pitchers are incredible. We are always surprised at how a select group of them “brings it” every single pitch, regardless of how they feel. [Read more…]

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Honouring Parents We Love

Being a parent is tough. Knowing when to apply the brakes or gas is an art. [Read more…]

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Magic Does Not “Happen”

Recently a college pitcher said that gaining 4-miles per hour would take her to an entirely different level. As we worked through several progressions and she completed each skill, I asked her to write down how much she felt that each improvement would add to her speed. [Read more…]

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