17 Inches
  This article was originally posted on Sperry Baseball Life, written by Chris Sperry.  17 inches is a great story about resilience, discipline, faith, and
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Pitch Count
  Pitch Count Dilemma Pitch count is a big issue in baseball and always has been, especially at the younger level. What is the right
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Bunting vs. Hitting
The Game has Changed The bunting and hitting game both have their place in baseball. Since the new regulations on BESR bats in high school
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Importance of Routine
  Every Team needs a Routine What is a baseball routine? How do the pros get ready? The most basic routine in baseball is your
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Educating Young Coaches
  This article was originally posted on TexasHSFBChat, a football coaching blog focused on High School.  Educating young coaches is essential to building a strong
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Expectations For Assistant Coaches
  This article was originally posted on Beyond the Ball, a football coaching blog focused on the mental aspects of the game.  Building a strong coaching
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Understanding Kevin Eastman’s “Theory of 2”
  This article was originally posted on Hoop Skills, a basketball resource focused on player and coaching development.  The “Theory of 2” is a powerful
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6 Principles to Fuel Self-Motivation
This article was originally posted on Beyond the Ball, a football coaching blog focused on the mental aspects of the game.  These Six Principles to
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Summer Camp Case Study
Building a Successful Camp Program We recently sat down with Jason Wolfard, Head Coach of Lindbergh High School Basketball for the last 12 years. He has
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Words to Leave Them With
Amidst the madness of March, there are numerous story lines that we as coaches can learn from.  The Texas A&M vs. Penn Women’s first round
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