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Jaime Cevallos Interview: There’s Big Pitch Recognition Benefits To Using The PitchView Training Aid

How To Turn Pitchers’ Bullpens Into Pitch Recognition Dominance For Hitters I’m happy to announce the RE-arrival of Jaime Cevallos onto the hitting scene! He’s a good friend of mine, and has some cool stuff to share. He’s working on a new training aid that helps with Pitch Recognition that I think will revolutionize how that is trained at practices….

How To Crush Like Sierra Romero & Aaron Judge (Swing Analysis Comparison)

Your Typical Hitting Coach Doesn’t Want You To Watch This Sierra Romero & Aaron Judge Hitting Analysis Swing Comparison Let me be up front with you in this post… Some hitting coaches still think the baseball and softball swing are drastically different. I disagree…Big League. Human movement is human movement.  Sure there are undeniable anatomical differences in body type between males…

How To Fast-Track Repeatable Power (A Struggling 16yo FP Hitter Case Study)

How a Dad Turned Around His Struggling 16-year-old Fast-Pitch Softball Daughter’s Swing in 1-Day? I was blown away by an email I recently received from the dad of Kelli, a struggling 16-year-old fast-pitch softball hitter… And by the way, the following email was unsolicited, much like Marty White’s testimonial in this post about his son, 14-yo Hudson White, who participated…

A Fixed Mindset May Be Dangerous To Your Hitters

How To Turn Your Fixed Mindset Into A Growth Mindset (and WHY your Hitters will THANK YOU later)… Nothing is more frustrating – and disappointing – than running into a Fixed Mindset coach… All you get are excuses…excuses…EXCUSES!! Think about the Fixed and Growth Mindsets, from Dr. Carol Dweck’s book Mindset, like the operating system for your computer or mobile…

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