Monthly Archives: October 2013

The Power of The Scap & The Crossover Symmetry Mission w/ Duggan Moran

  When is injury prevention and the reinforcement of effective and correct mechanics not at the forefront of subjects that need to be understood to become an elite athlete? It’s especially relevant with throwing a baseball. An unnatural act that is done over and over again over the course of a baseball season. Many thanks…

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Lou Pavlovich & The Legacy of The Collegiate Baseball Newspaper

  Many thanks to Lou Pavlovich for coming on to the AoB EXPERTS show to share what it has been like carrying the torch of the Collegiate Baseball Newspaper legacy which was started with his father Lou Pavlovich SR in 1958. In this interview, Lou and I will be discussing the approach Ray Birmingham of the…

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The Greatest Baseball Tool Is Failure

  One of the biggest lessons I learned while playing baseball was this… The greatest tool is failure- By far the greatest tool that a baseball player can have beyond his arm strength, hitting ability, power, speed and control, is his ability to handle failure. How a player deals with failure makes the difference between…

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The Inside Fast-Ball

  The inside fast-ball is a challenge for most players. The main reason is because most hitters haven’t fully grasped correct point of contact concepts. They haven’t become familiar with where they should hit the ball in relation to the location of the pitch and the plate. Here is a 30 second baseball concept that…

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