Efficiency: A Lifestyle Change

Efficiency: A Lifestyle ChangeTwo facts about human nature: 1. We are creatures of habit and 2. We tend to not enjoy change. What does this have to do with baseball? I’ll tell you what. Players of every age and every level will find themselves stuck in a rut from time to time. Going through the…

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The Blame Game

To err is human. To put the blame on someone else is doubles. – AnonymousAthletes tend to strive for the perfect game. They want to win without any blemishes or mistakes at all and will spend hours upon hours tediously working on every small detail of their craft in order to wipe away any imperfections.…

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Taking Back your Mind

Most of us would agree that life is fast-paced. Between juggling school, work, athletics, relationships, and self-care; it can all become a big race against the 24 hours we are given each day. Although the physical world we live in has constant movement and motion, what is often overlooked is the world that we live…

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How to Win, Even if You Lost

Losing is an inevitable and unavoidable part of sports. And losing is ok – it keeps us humble and motivates us to train harder so the next time we compete against a tough team, we’re prepared. Also, if we never lost, sports would become a little boring. Since losing is inevitable, it’s important to know…

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Returning to Play From a Mental Injury

Everyone talks about physical injuries. Usually it starts off with a player getting injured during competitive play. They see the athletic trainer to see what the problem is. If the injury seems more severe than they can handle, they refer you to a doctor. After making an appointment, the doctor runs some tests. The injury…

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