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Newsletter, May 27th

Well, our Little League regular season and playoffs are over and our team in Huntington Valley Little League with the best record in the regular season won the playoff championship yesterday to take the 1st seed for HVLL in the upcoming Tournament of Champions. It was a great experience for me to be on the…

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2016 Newsletter, May 16th

Lifeletics is your home and clubhouse…a fun place to hang and work out.  It’s awesome watching our players come in, work out, take swings in the cage and take time afterward to talk baseball with us.  This winter, several major league players have come in to get their hitting work in before spring training. I’d…

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2016 Newsletter, May 9th

Lifeletics is your home and clubhouse…a fun place to hang and work out.  It’s awesome watching our players come in, work out, take swings in the cage and take time afterward to talk baseball with us.  This winter, several major league players have come in to get their hitting work in before spring training. I’d…

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The Schedule of a Successful Athlete

The schedule of a successful athlete is based on routine and discipline.  Once the body is prepared for each day with a plan of attack, a day can be easier to manage and accomplish everything that needs to be done. Nutrition must also be planned to fuel and refuel the body’s caloric intake for the…

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Players are made on their own!

Pitching and Hitting baseballs are complex motor skills that some players develop naturally and most players develop over time. Obviously the more you train, the better you get. What’s most often missed in team settings is the discipline needed to keep a player on point in treating each individual swing or pitch as a focused,…

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Pitching Tips #1

Striking out hitters is not about throwing it past a hitter, it’s about throwing it past a hitter at the right time. Think about what a batter expects and what you don’t think he can hit by the looks of his stance, approach and swings he takes in BP, on-deck circle and at the plate….

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Why BEAST training is necessary

In the next few years, the future of your son’s baseball career is dependent on how serious and determined he is willing to get to achieve his goals of playing high level baseball. Once a player reaches high school, you see the level of personal attention decrease. Coaches simply don’t have enough time to devote…

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The Art of Being a Teammate

If my opponents are: Weaker than me – I look to play smart but very aggressively. Find the easy chinks in their armor and take advantage of them. Chinks in the armor will be easy to see. Don’t run yourself into stupid outs because eventually you should overpower an overmatched team. At my ability level…

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