Unfortunately injuries are part of baseball and softball. The physical pain an athlete suffers from an injury is minuscule compared to the psychological pain of feeling broken. The hardest decision an athlete has to make is where to draw the line between feeling sore from muscle fatigue, feeling hurt, and being injured. Often times the line is drawn when an athlete can no longer functionally perform because a body part simply isn’t working.
Our careers were cut short due to injuries that required multiple surgeries. We understand the leading causes of baseball and softball injuries and design our training regimens around preventing those injuries. We also help athletes rehabilitate both physically and psychologically form injuries.
Timing vs. Mechanics
There is a huge difference between getting the swing mechanics dialed in and getting the timing dialed in. Quite often hitters will get their mechanics dialed in during practice but because their timing... See full article
What to Say and When to Say it
Hitters become confused when the clear teaching language isn't matched with the correction. When instruction is so confusing that the hitter must perform strenuous mental calisthenics... See full article
Overcoming Low Confidence
"Baseball is a game of failure, coached by negative people, in a misinformed environment." - Tom House. Unfortunately this is an accurate quote that describes the sport as a whole... See full article