Determine where the athlete is at physically and psychologically
Indentify the weak links and correct them
Learn new patterns and reinforce those new patterns through repetition
Apply new patterns to real life speed
Mindset is about walking into a situation or working toward a goal with a full understanding of what it requires and how to accomplish it. Developing the proper mindset will prepare you for everything that comes your way.
Instead of living to eat, we’re eating to live. Food is seen as a way to fuel your body for optimal energy and production, not as a way of dealing with stress or curbing emotions.
While structured exercise is an important part of the concept of movement, it doesn’t explain movement in its entirety. Bringing more movement into your life can be as simple as getting up from your chair at work to walk around or stretch.
Lengthy workouts six days a week put your body at risk for injury. By mixing hard days with easier regeneration days, you allow time for your body to build itself back stronger.
Director of BASEBALL OPERATIONS
Director of FACILITY OPERATIONS
Director of Sports Performance
Adult PERFORMANCE SPECIALIST