Entries by Joey Myers

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Khris Davis Swing Analysis

Ball Exit Speed & Launch Angle Hacking With Khris Davis [Part-2]   Khris Davis swing analysis, and not to be confused with “Chris” Davis, the 1st baseman for the Baltimore Orioles! …they’re having two COMPLETELY different years 😛 lol This Khris Davis swing analysis is Part-2 to our series looking at one my 9yo online […]

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Hit Training: Catapult Loading System Like Andrew McCutchen [9yo 6-Month Case Study]

Hit Training: What Your Hitting Instructor Won’t Tell You & How It Can Save You Time And Money    Before we dig into 9yo Ethan’s hit training case study 3-part series, I wanted to RANT on something that transpired this past week… Where does the MAJORITY of power come from?  I recently posted this on Facebook: […]

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Breathing Technique For Hitting A Baseball

Breathing Technique For Hitting A Baseball: Why Hitters Shouldn’t Breath Like “Normal”   Before we get to the breathing technique for hitting a baseball (same for softball), consider this… Breathing is one of the most commonly dysfunctional movement patterns today.  In other words, nowadays “normal” breathing IS dysfunctional! Why?  Here are a few reasons off the […]

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Hitting Timing Drills Strategy For Upper Level Pitchers & Hard Throwers

Hitting Timing Drills: Get Rid Of Hitters Feeling Dominated By Upper Level Pitchers Once And For All   In this timing hitting drills post, I’ll be addressing the following reader question… “How to teach fearlessness when facing upper level pitchers and timing the hard throwers?” We’ll be addressing the following in the above video: Barry […]

How To Coach Lowly Motivated Players…

At Last, The Secret To Motivating Players Is Revealed In this post, we’ll address the following popular reader question… “How to coach lowly motivated players?” What follows is an excerpt from my highly rated book on Amazon with 25 book reviews – average 4.8 star rating, The Science Of Sticky Coaching: How To Turn Ordinary Athletes […]

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True OR False: “If you think science is fact you’re horribly mistaken”

“If you want to argue with “science” as you refer to it, you are welcome and encouraged to do so…but bring your superior evidence and data to the argument!” Scientific knowledge is a body of statements of varying degrees of certainty — some most unsure, some nearly sure, none absolutely certain. pic.twitter.com/TCMuP9GM8J — Richard Feynman […]