I've been thinking a lot about this quote above, and I think I agree with it 100%.
The question is, "what could young players be doing during the off-set to stay sharp while making sure they return the following season bigger, faster & stronger...and smarter?"
In my opinion, I believe it's:
- playing other sports because you learn how to really compete and be a good teammate.
- getting your butt in the weight room because being a great ballplayer isn't about being 6'2, it's about being strong.
- Working on your mental game because hitting is about confidence so the question is, "how do we create more confidence?".
What are your thoughts about kids playing too much?
Are you making your kid's mental game a priority? If so - what aspects?
Lastly, have you listened to the Quality At-Bats CD? If so - what's been your biggest takeaway?
Reply & lemme know.
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