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Baseball Virtue #2


Acceptance- To consider circumstances, especially those that can not be changed, as satisfactory.

We are always presented with a choice to do two things when we put on a baseball uniform.

To accept.

Or to resist.

When we accept the things we can’t control such as our physical make-up, our natural talent, stats, a bad baseball coach, or an injury, we come to a place of power. We position ourselves as individuals who can take these obstacles and turn them into opportunities like increased skill-sets, a healthier body, perseverance, and confidence.

When we resist these challenges, we become unaware of all the wonderful opportunities that exists just under our noses.

We will always have this choice.

The question is…………

Are you resisting or accepting your baseball challenges?

Tell us in the comment box below!!!!




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A.O.B Experts Live w/ Warstic Bat Company founder Ben Jenkins


Many thanks to Ben Jenkins, founder of the Warstic Bat Company for sharing his story, passion and mission for providing the highest quality of wooden bats for baseball players who dream of becoming confident, talented and effective hitters!

Don’t forget to lookout for the question of the day!

We are giving away one FREE flame treated Warstic bat for a random winner who answers the “question of the day” in the comments box below!

Question of the day

What is the biggest adjustment that you need to make during this off season to become a better hitter?

Share you answer in the comment box below to win a chance to receive a free Warstic bat!!!!!

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Baseball Virtue #1


Ambition – Having a strong desire for success or achievement.

A baseball player is only as good as his level of desire to be better.

Talent can only take you so far. Knowing the right people can only serve as a temporary asset.

Having “experience” will only serve to the extent as to which you’re willing to apply them to the present moment.

Ambition is required when all else fails. Develop your ambition and you’ll open doors that were previously closed and opportunities that were just moments ago invisible.

How ambitious are you?

Share in the comments below!