Jason Colleran (MAT Specialist): The Kinetic Arm Reduces Stress On Elbow-Shoulder & Guides Arm Into Right Throwing Position
In this interview, we discuss the following: Many things that differentiate you from others and it's MAT, explain MAT a little bit... Talk a little bit about some of the things you're seeing out there the pitchers...View Episode
Dr. Jocelyn Vartanian (Physical Therapist): "Your Shoulders Start to Feel Better. You Add Like 2, 3, 4 MPH On Your Velo Like That..."
In this interview with Physical Therapist Dr. Jocelyn Vartanian in Fresno, CA, we discuss: You've had a huge influx of new clients, athletes... what are you seeing coming in right now? What do you see different in...View Episode
Dr. Matthew Scott (Chiro): The Dangers, Causes, & How to Fix Reverse Cervical Curve in Young Athletes
In this episode I interview one of my former Fresno State teammates, who was a pitcher and is now a Chiropractor. Here's what we cover: If you could go back in time and give yourself some advice, what would that...View Episode
Dr. Bhrett McCabe (Sports Performance Psychologist): “Every Strength Coach, Hitting Coach, Every Coach Should Know What to do. If a Player Comes to Them and Says, Coach, I just Don't Think about Living Anymore”
In this interview with clinical Sports Performance Psychologist, Dr. Bhrett McCabe, we go over: What are the top two mistakes that athletes make when it comes to dealing with those injuries? Psychologically? Dad's...View Episode
Zach Casto: What Do You See as Being the Top Two Things When It Comes to Organizational Practice at the High School Level That Maybe is Missing?
Here's what we go over in this episode: “...hitting approach, something we've really used this fall to help assess our hitters and swing decisions” What would you suggest, to say a little league coach, if you were to...View Episode
Nate Headley: "...you have to sit them down and say, hey, look, man, if you don't back off, they're not going to make it"
Here's what we go over in this interview with hitting academy owner, team coach, and one-on-one hitting instructor in Tennessee, Nate Headley (brother to Major Leaguer Chase): “I woke up to my first morning of...View Episode
"Committed" w/ Bryan Eisenberg & Walter Beede: “I Tell Parents the Whole Objective Is to Trade Athletic Ability for Academic Excellence”
Here's what we cover in this episode: What are the top-3 kid raising pitfalls parents fall into in middle school and high school in before college and professional ball? The DANGERS lurking in self-comparison from...View Episode
Joe Yurko Sports Psychology Part-2 - "He Called it the Paradox that the Upper Parts of our Brains Invent the Games that we Play... Then the Lower Parts are the Ones that Play it”
Here's what we go over in this part-2 episode with Joe Yurko: Joe’s 10 Sports Psychology principles that are a part of his hitting system Fear: “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. Ichabod Crane, in the story, he was...View Episode
Chaz Henry's Sport Video Analysis Software: “I don't pretend at all that I'm doing away with, or that I'm automating a real hitting coach; I see it as a second opinion...”
Here are some of the topics to be discussed: What video analysis software do you use? Who is Chaz Henry? What’s his background in? The fascinating history of Powerchalk and machine learning... Difference of amateur...View Episode
Mark Gonzalez Hitting Approach - “You Can Have Average Mechanics and If You Have A Good Approach, You Can Still Be Successful”
“You Can Have Average Mechanics and If You Have A Good Approach, You Can Still Be Successful” Mark Gonzalez, @EastBayMark on Twitter, and inspirational parent coaching his High School Junior hitter Here's what we talk...View Episode
Joe Yurko Sports Psychology Part-1 - "What Do You Mean by You Can't ‘Try’ To Hit?"
In this episode with Joe Yurko, a retired teacher and baseball coach who taught a Sports Psychology class, we go over: Teacher-coach, what you were teaching, the psychology side, give everybody a little bit of a...View Episode
Kyle Harrington: “I Think Being Reliable Is Underrated. People Want a Player on Your Team That’s Reliable. They Don’t Want Somebody Who Would Strikeout or Homerun”
Here's what we talk about in this episode: Stephen was accelerating his barrel early, which is what we were teaching at the time, but by the time he got to contact, it was slowing down. Talk a little bit about...View Episode