Lou Pinella
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A Lou Pinella Story & "Cano Swing Flow"

All great hitters let the ball travel to their spot at the depth where they're most comfortable letting it travel to so they can crush it! Then they ambush the ball [offensively - not a counter punch], like a sniper! A while back at Yankee…
backspin tee, back spin tee line drives, more power to the ball
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Approach: Top Half verses Bottom Half?

Question: Which approach (top half or bottom half) puts your body and posture in the most advantageous position? Answer: Top half…If all you knew about your approach was top half or bottom half, TOP HALF would be a better approach. Approaching…
Improve your baseball wing distance matt nokes mindset at the plate
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You Don't Have a Talent Problem

You don’t have a Talent Problem you have a mindset problem I'm sure you've watched a hitter and wished you had their talent… You look at them and see the finished product, but you don't see all the hard work, the trial and error, and…
How to MASTER uncertainty- the 5 Values of a MLB Hitter
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Mastering Uncertainty

(Part 2 - Mastering Uncertainty) Number one, I know where I am -  So I know and I feel where I'm going to start from. I know the place. It's comfortable, it's consistent, it's a ready to launch position, it's a place where I can feel…
When Facing Uncertainty as a Hitter
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Facing Uncertainty

Today I want to encourage you toward the end of your season here. You may be wrapping up and getting ready for the playoffs, you may be ending your season getting ready to go to summer ball, or in high school getting ready to showcase. Whatever…
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Short Term Needs with Long Term Goals

When you work with young hitters a lot, you're reminded to dig deep and ask them to explain why they're doing what they're doing.  They won't give you a very good answer most of the time but that's expected. There’s a lot of moving parts…