Thanks to everyone who attended the webinar on Wednesday night.
We had a packed house and some great questions were answered.
If you missed it, don’t worry. I have a recording of the entire webinar available.
If you have an questions, feel free to leave a comment below. Talk soon.
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If you’re a Dodger fan, you’ve probably haven’t been this happy in a very loong time.
We’re watching ,arguably, one of the most exciting players in the game right now…
…so what I wanted to do was discuss a few key things about Yasiel Puig’s swing that deals mainly with his stride as well as what he does with his hands.
He’s a pure hitter who has effective mechanics that translates to game-speed flawlessly.
I’d love to hear from you to see what you like most about Yasiel Puig’s swing.
Is it his bat-speed?
His swing plane?
Or maybe it’s his follow through?
Let me know what it is in the comment section below this video.
Good luck guys.
What’s the verdict?
What did ya think of the Yasiel Puig swing analysis? What was your biggest take away?
Let me know your thoughts in the comment box below as well as who’s swing you’d like to see in the next AoB swing analysis video.
Work Ethic – a value based on hard work and diligence. It is also a belief in the moral benefit of work and its ability to enhance character.
“Baseball Work-Ethic” is like building a brick wall. When you’ve made the decision to become a better ball player, compare it to building a wall…
…your focus shouldn’t be on building the best most impressive brick wall. Instead, have your focus be to lay this brick today as perfectly as humanly possible.
Each day, brick by brick you’re a step closer to building something that will last and something that you will be proud of.
Share your story
How is your “baseball work-ethic? Have you established a routine that is helping you become a better ballplayer?
What have you been working on?
Let me know in the comment section down below.
A thousand thanks to John Madden from You Go Pro Baseball for stopping by to share some tips in this week’s AoB EXPERTS interview.
In this interview, John shares some tips on how he attacked hitters with his 96 mph sinker, how he teaches long-toss, and what his biggest lesson was while playing with future big leaguers.
Make sure you check out this interview because it’s FULL of useful nuggets of baseball wisdom.
Make sure you also check out some of John’s links below the video and don’t forget to let us know what your biggest take away was while listening/watching.
Let us know what you thought of John Madden in the comment box below.
He loves answering questions.
You Go Pro Baseball Youtube Channel
You Go Pro Baseball Website