I just took a quick look at you profile and saw a couple of references to John Wooden, which tells me, you my kinda guy. If you haven't already, please check out these books, The Talent Code: Greatness Isn't Born. It's Grown.…"
"Well, that is an article from Jon Davis. So it squares perfectly with me. IMHO, as far as a baseball expert on overload - underload training, he is the guy. Like I said earlier, he is a very modest and approachable person. And as I said earlier, I…"
My son uses this bat and it works as advertised. Basically it is a much heavier bat, however the weight is distributed evenly vs a heavier regular bat (or donut) which to some, can feel very (too) end loaded and can ruin/modify swing…"
I am like you. I don't have a playing resume. Just because you are a good player doesn't mean you can't coach or instruct. You do need a longer cage. We work out of a 60 foot. It takes $1500 to get you trained and a machine to you. We have a license fee of $150 a month. Lesson costs depends on what the market can bear. Usually from 30 to 40 per half hour session. You can do two kids at once which go from 20 to 30 dollars per session. The results are outstanding. Kids see dramatic improvement after two or three lessons. Pro players see improvement the same day. Let me know what you think.
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Coach Baseball, Am a Hitting Instructor, Play Slow Pitch Softball, Umpire Baseball, Enjoy watching games
Baseball Playing Experience:
Baseball Coaching Experience:
Little League, High School, American Legion
Baseball Umpiring Experience
Softball Playing Experience:
Slow Pitch, None
Who is your favorite hitter and why?
Sad to say this because he is a St. Louis Cardinal, but mechanically Albert Pujols is an awesome hitter.