What happens when you focus on one sport only? Take a look at this article about pitching injuries and baseball as a year round sport. The One-Sport Syndrome By Warren Hammer, MS, DC, DABCO I recall that as a kid, I participated in sports based on the season. In spring and summer, it was baseball …
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“Routines are crucial for consistency and long term success.” – Brian Cain
This month’s newsletter is going to touch on a couple of different topics. A few weeks ago, I started to write an outline that only focused on one area of baseball. Since then, several scenarios have arisen and led me to think about pitching development and its place in regards to the games being played …
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“Sometimes life’s greatest TRIUMPHS come from life’s greatest TRIALS. Failure is synonymous with success.” – 1PitchWarrior
Drumroll please! Coach Jim being interviewed by Dave Caldwell and Tami Edwards! Enjoy!
Take a look at this article about youth pitching and the debate on the curveball. What do you think? Click Here to read more. Studies show curveballs aren’t more harmful to youngsters.
Here’s a thought to make you think! I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work. Thomas Edison
Here’s a great article about why we encourage water breaks between activities during our class time. Click HERE to learn more about it. American Heart Association Staying Hydrated – Staying Healthy
Thanks to the Texas Baseball Ranch we learned how the Wheel Drill teaches the proprioceptive (and Reticular Activation System – RAS) system to fire on all cylinders in awareness of our pitching delivery. Get all the details about proprioception by clicking HERE. The cerebellum is largely responsible for coordinating the unconscious aspects of proprioception.
It’s failure that gives you the proper perspective on success. Ellen DeGeneres