As a father of a youth baseball player it amazes me the lack of tee work. I do not understand this. Every professional player has a tee work routine. They work on repeating their swing over and over correctly. Tee work at the youth level is basically
The title says it all! As a parent of a youth baseball I expect my son to be perfect. What am I thinking. What is wrong with me. I played baseball as a kid and I made my fair share of errors.
Last Saturday my son tested The HyperFocus Helmet in a game. The feed back he gave me was very interesting.
When I take my son to our local baseball facility. I cant help to notice all of the players taking batting practice. I watch players hitting just to be hitting.
Washington Post reporter Adam Kilgore had a fascinating conversation with Washington Nationals slugger Jayson Werth about hitting, and Werth says something that’s sure to be disputed by readers:
Nick Latta played his college ball at Seattle U and currently plays for the Windy City Thunderbolts in Chicago. He demoed the HyperFocus Helmet and Diamond Sports
Well it is official, my son is on the c team. I know that they do not cut freshman. Kids all develop in different way and at different times in their lives. As I watched the tryouts
“Concentration is pre-potant. It is first and most powerful a performer’s skill. That means any other circumstance, problem, or possible distraction becomes irrelevant to a hitter during his at-bat.
Learning to track or see the baseball in youth baseball is a assumed concept in my opinion. Players tend to work on everything mechanical about their swing but tracking the baseball.
Its has taken 4 very long years to get here! Game on.