Tag Archives: coaching

Become Your Own Best Baseball Coach

There Is Not Better Coach For You…Than You There are most certainly two different schools of thought when it comes to training amateur baseball players. On one side you have baseball coaches who want the players to work on the physical skills of the game only.  These baseball coaches believe players should not […]

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Don’t Become A Slave To Video Analysis

  I’ve seen players, parents, and coaches all become addicted to video analysis.  They believe that every fault can be found in slow motion video, and all they need to do is systematically identify them in the video and then fix them. Some coaches become so dependent on slow motion analysis that […]

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When BAD coaching is GOOD

Coaching Baseball Is An Art I love reading material from coaches I disagree with, love it.  Even when I think that what they’re saying is totally ridiculous.  I have been coaching baseball for many years, and still some of the things I gravitate toward the most are things I’m not aligned with.  […]

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Private Baseball Lessons – Good or Bad?

Hey guys, I think winter is the perfect time to write about private baseball lessons a little bit because a lot of players are getting them this time of year.  I would like to start by saying that Baseball Brains coaches give a lot of private lessons, year round.  So then we […]

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Hitting Drill For More Power – The Happy Gilmore

Hey Guys, Today I wanted to write about a hitting drill that I see a lot, and often think is misused. First of all, if we want to hit the ball with more power, we need to involve our body more.  This means getting our legs involved and incorporating a very athletic […]

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Great Pitching Drill For The Bullpen

A Pitching Drill That Requires Focus and Intensity We’re huge fans of drills which truly prepare our players for the games, and this one does that.  There is far too much time wasted on the field, at the plate, and in the bullpen by players who are just going though the motions. […]

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