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Baseball Advice From Yoda

 

I thought I’d change things up a bit. I know it’s been a while since I’ve posted a new video. Don’t worry. I’ll be back to the regular posting schedule with cool new baseball videos and advice…

With that being said, I thought I’d do something fun and new…

…by answering a question with the advice from a Jedi.

How do you overcome baseball challenges? By taking daily action.

Advice from Yoda

What does a coach who is coaching for the wrong reasons, a player who lacks purpose as a ballplayer and a baseball parent who isn’t committed say when they are called to action to overcome a baseball challenge?

I’ll try….

I’ll try to motivate my players more.

I’ll try to play with more confidence.

I’ll try to be more positive to my son.

I’ll try, I’ll try, I’ll try…

So many players try but fail to see the power in doing.

So many coaches try but overlook the opportunity that exists in sticking to a philosophy and committing to helping their players apply it, win, lose or draw.

Too many baseball parents try but forget that it’s about their kids…not them.

Take the advice of Yoda…

Try not. Do or do not. There is no try.

What are your thoughts?

Let me know what you think of this clip and how it applies to your role in baseball.

I’d love to hear your thoughts.

 

 

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5 Baseball Tips Quotes that will light the inner fire!

The greatest rewards that Baseball has to offer belongs to the players with courage. Those that have chosen to live this way must be prepared for everything that comes with it. Failure, heartache, injury, and ridicule. Adding the element of courage to the recipe of baseball will produce great power, but with great power come an even greater amount of responsibility.

 

You must be willing to go farther than what is asked of you. If you aspire to be great, you will be. If as a baseball player you are satisfied with mediocrity, and think average work will get you by, you will probably fall below it.

 

Get familiar with baseball history and it’s heroes. You can learn a lot from the courage, innocents, and passion that players like Jackie Robinson, Roberto Clemente, Ichiro Suzuki, Curt Flood, and  Hank Aaron displayed as well as the adversity they experienced and overcame.

 

For those of you with average talent. For those of you with average skills, you my not have exceptional speed, power, accuracy or hand-eye coordination. So you will have to develop your mind. Specifically the mental images you hold in your head. This is the master-key to reaching your potential.

 

Making consistent contact with high velocity is simple once you have understood the concept of rhythm and timing. If you can master this, no pitcher can beat you with just a fastball.