The New Rules Of Baseball Instruction

Order The New Rules Of Baseball Instruction and learn:

  • The delicate balance between recognizing "potential" in a child and giving them room to grow and develop vs. throwing them into a pressure cooker of intense elite training that stifles development...
  • Why labeling gifted young players as "elite" and pushing them into traveling teams early on can actually be the WORST thing you can do for your child's development in baseball...
  • The KEY to development as a baseball player (Without this ONE critical factor you won't have the skills or the intelligence to play the game and improve)...
  • How many adults are unintentionally preventing kids from reaching the next level in baseball...
  • Who is really a good coach... who should you be listening to... and who should you be ignoring?
  • The radical shift in the game that has made it vulnerable to unqualified, unknowledgeable coaches who are doing more harm than good to a new generation of players...
  • The difference between being a great player and being a great coach... and the real criteria you should use to judge a coach and ensure your child gets the best instruction...
  • The secrets to being a great coach you need to know if you want to make an impact on your team and bring out the best in your players...
  • Why the "biggest problem in baseball is bad information from credible sources"... and how you can uncover the RIGHT information for the most effective instruction...
  • The huge disconnect between how you "feel" the ball and what you perceive you're doing vs. the reality of your movement and actions... and how you can leverage technology to bridge the gap and enhance instruction...
  • Why the greatest hitters are also expert collectors of information... and how you can use this to improve your own technique and training...
  • Why you might actually be better off having your grandma pitch to you than hit off a tee if you really want to sharpen your skills and become a better player...
  • The importance of giving players room to breathe so they can process instruction in their own way and improve... instead of stunting their growth by cramming constant instruction down their throat...
  • And much, much more!
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