Blog Posts

Make Your Player a Strong Rebounder

As adults, we’ve all been there. Something we really wanted just didn’t work out the way we hoped it would.. We all know that the feeling of failure will pass.
Unfortunately, we seem to forget this concept when the person disappointed is our kid. Somehow, we know we can bounce back, but we seem to think that is it really is the end of their world when it happens to our kids.

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Changes

When you start coaching young players, you know you are working with players who are going to be growing right in front of your eyes. The youngest kids are cute and eager but a major life event is on the horizon.

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One Player, Two Coaches

Most players during the course of their career are going to be playing for or working with more than one coach at a time. It might be your school ball coach and your travel ball coach, or it might be one of your team coaches and your hitting or pitching

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Stay In Your Lane

When we go to the ball field, we all have a role to fill. Players play, coaches coach, parents cheer and umpires officiate the games. For some reason, these lines get very blurry, very often. Here’s how you can help clear things up.

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