When we talk about practice, what should our main goals be? Are we practicing the areas of the game that happen most often so that they create an automatic response during games? Are we being efficient, purposeful, and productive? Are we keeping it simple? Are we perfecting fundamentals? Do we have a plan? Are we making it FUN? There are a lot of components to having a great practice so, let's set up our… Practice!
As Moses goes off to High School Senior Year we start another journey with Silas his little bro! Super excited about sharing that with you all. There will still be more Hoopchalk and good go to information and resources, but if you have a sibling or youngster who isn't into sports who you want to support this podcast episode is for you! Let's GOOO
Some local baseball players got a chance to hang out with Dansby Swanson; The North Georgia Fair is back; And Kennesaw State is making a change at quarterback. #CobbCounty #Georgia #LocalNews - - - - - The Marietta Daily Journal Podcast is local news for Marietta, Kennesaw, Smyrna, and all of Cobb County. Subscribe today, so you don't miss an episode! MDJOnline Register Here for your essential digital news. Email bgdoughnut22@gmailcom for your chance to win a $15 gift card from Dough in the Box https://www.chattahoocheetech.edu/ https://cuofga.org/ https://www.esogrepair.com/ https://www.drakerealty.com/ Find additional episodes of the MDJ Podcast here. This Podcast was produced and published for the Marietta Daily Journal and MDJ Online by BG Ad Group For more information be sure to visit https://www.bgpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What's Up Everyone! In this final insert of this podcast interview we talk with the man the myth the legend Mr. George Mumford AGAIN! The message in this podcast is anxiety. It's hard to be in a state of anxiousness when you are present. When you are present you realize that everything is ok. When you are present you realize that nothing is wrong. Then you layer it with service and you will see all of those stressful energies disappear. Serve first! The rest will take care of itself. SOOOO GOOOD! Make sure that you take a listen and then go out and get both of these amazing resources. Thank you all for going on this journey with me! Click here to get your copy of The Mindful Athlete! Click here: https://amzn.to/3cejMqL and click here to get your copy of Mental Toughness For Young Athletes: https://amzn.to/3BxdRqq Also make sure to click below to follow George Mumfords youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/GeorgeMumfordOfficial Thank you for allowing us to be a small part of your day!
Justin was recently promoted to the Assistant Director of Tournament Operations for the Ripken Experience in Elizabethtown, Kentucky. In this episode, we discuss the key strategies to turning an internship into a potential full-time opportunity after college. In addition, we talk about the future of youth baseball and the Ripken brand. Lastly, we have some fun reminiscing about his former playing days as a multi-sport athlete. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Where does the baseball road end for most youth ballplayers? Well it varies for sure. Dave take's a look back to his kids that he worked with over the recent years and checks in to see where they are at. How many made it to high school baseball, or college level baseball? The game is very difficult after age 12 so we better make the road enjoyable for as many kids as possible. That's where Accelerated Baseball Development comes on to the scene.
Episode 2013 - Here is an example warm-up that youth baseball players can utilize before getting on the mound. It breaks down each mechanical element that young athletes need to throw with accuracy and velocity. Take note of each step and the distances utilized to perform the warm up properly. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/trevor-theismann/support
Episode 2012 - Youth baseball players should keep in mind that every athlete is different. Mimicking professional athletes can be a problem when developing proper mechanics. Some professional athletes are gifted with the ability to have complicated movements during their mechanics. Baseball players that are developing need to be careful watching these complicated movements. Spend time breaking down mechanics and find the pieces that are the most effective for the proper result that you were looking for. Keep things simple and natural to perform at your best. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/trevor-theismann/support
Navigating through the recruiting process can be quite a challenge. Why not make it fun and interesting? The Baseball Bluebook App affords players, recruiters, vendors, and everyone involved with baseball a place to develop relationships. In this episode Eric Wubbena, President at Baseball Bluebook, talks about “The LinkedIn of Baseball”.
On this episode of The HolloTalk Podcast, we welcome my guy Patrick Norris. Patrick is a former MLB Player and currently operates his own youth baseball team. We discuss his journey rising through the Minor Leagues, his stint in the Majors, African Americans in baseball, his youth baseball team and much more. Be sure to subscribe to The HolloTalk Podcast to stay updated with new episodes. Thank You and We Love You All! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
One of the best pitchers we've seen in our years of doing this is sharing his knowledge and experiences with the next generation. Three-time state champ Michael Rogers - a Steinert High Hall of Famer, NC State All-American, and 2nd round draft choice of the Oakland A's - is the new Director of Youth Baseball for Centercourt, including its facilities in Lawrence, Marlboro, Gillette, and Morristown. So we take this time to sit down with one of the best ever to play in the Garden State. Michael was a D1 Pitching Coach for a major program before the age of 30 - we talk about what brought him back home to NJ and led him to his current path of impacting younger players. Great edition of our show and we hope you enjoy it!
It is that time of year once again! Tryout time. What does a good tryout look like? How do I decide what team is the right fit? How do coaches and organizations run their tryouts? There are so many questions that need answers as players and their parents navigate through the complex maze of youth baseball! One wrong turn can get you locked into the puzzle, scurrying for a way out!
On the Monday GFBS interview we sit down with Alex Sumner. He is President/CEO of Fargo Youth Baseball, and they discuss the growth of youth baseball and what to expect out of the Fargo youth baseball scene. Show is recorded at Grand Forks Best Source. For studio information, visit www.gfbestsource.com #gfbs #gfbestsource.com #grandforksnd #interview #local #grandforks #grandforksbestsource #visitgreatergrandforks @grandforksnd
How do we know that we are doing things correctly in our youth baseball systems today? Is there improvements we can make, adjustments to make the game more enjoyable, adaptations to increase player development opportunities? Well, listen in as Dave talks about some new ideas that might just rock the boat and may even turn the boat over. Accelerated Baseball Development is here and you can hear from those that are experiencing it now.
Scott Wylie reveals how MLB teams found S2 Cognition, what the most significant findings are in the MLB, and how our product fits in Youth Baseball. Paul Phillips adds how he used S2 Cognition with the Miami Marlins, how hitting/pitching coaches are using S2 Cognition's report to develop more efficient drills for players, and how the S2 evaluation can help youth players enhance their recruiting. Check out our https://www.s2cognition.com/post/is-cognition-important-in-baseball (article) that details why cognition is so important in the game of baseball.
There are a few basic rulings that youth baseball scorekeepers routinely get wrong. And while scorekeepers are often parents who mean well, I'd suggest that most coaches would get these wrong, too. Let's clear up the confusion! All of these plays that are outlined here are related to stealing bases. Why does stealing bases create so much confusion? We often apply a lot of subjectivity when it just isn't necessary. Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review from your favorite platform!
Episode 144 Features Youth Baseball Coach Justin Sherman of JustinTime Baseball and Pizza Cook-Off Association Founder, Jerry Belcastro Justin Sherman founded JustinTime Baseball in 2015. It is an independent baseball/softball training and coaching business located in Westchester, New York. Their mission statement is, "We believe in building and developing fundamental skills in baseball and softball, while also instilling a sense of confidence and independence through individualized instruction." Justin did not play Major League Baseball, and he may have never been the best player on his team at other levels, but that matters very little. Having to always work hard for success helps him now as he understands the hard work and dedication required to play the game, and he uses this knowledge to teach children the basic skills to help them become better ballplayers. Various topics are covered and it is very interesting to hear the opinions of someone who is extremely familiar with the game and how it should be played. More information is available at, https://www.justintimebaseball.com/ Jerry Belcastro is giving pizza lovers as well as those who love to cook competitively something to get excited about. As the founder of the recently formed Pizza Cook-Off Association (PCA), Jerry is providing the pizza community with something which the barbecue community has been enjoying for years; a chance to compete and enjoy delicious food. Jerry's involvement with food has spanned many years. He previously owned an Italian restaurant/pizzeria, was the regional manager of international catering for Delta Air Lines, and is a certified BBQ judge. There are many aspects involved with increasing the number of PCA events and expanding the organization to include a national audience. Jerry has been able to secure some great sponsors and is getting closer to his goals. More information, including upcoming events, information on becoming a member, competition rules, and even information on becoming a judge is available at, https://www.pizzacook-off.com/ We recommend you go to BBQ Buddha, https://bbqbuddha.com/ for rubs and award-winning sauces, Baseball BBQ, https://baseballbbq.com for special grilling tools and accessories, the Pandemic Baseball Book Club, https://www.pbbclub.com to find many of the wonderful books we have featured as well as some additional swag, Magnechef, https://magnechef.com/ for excellent and unique barbecue gloves, and Cutting Edge Firewood https://www.cuttingedgefirewood.com/ for high-quality firewood and cooking wood. We conclude the show with the song, "Baseball Always Brings You Home" by the musician, Dave Dresser, and the poet, Shel Krakofsky. We truly appreciate our listeners and hope that all of you are staying safe. If you would like to contact the show, we would love to hear from you. Call the show: (516) 855-8214 Email: email@example.comTwitter: @baseballandbbqInstagram: baseballandbarbecueYouTube: baseball and bbqWebsite: https//baseballandbbq.weebly.com Facebook: baseball and bbq
USABaseball in conjunction with MLB have given us plenty of suggestions on how we can turn baseball back to the kids. Along with Aspen Institute's Project Play and USABaseball, Dave dissects many of the creative ideas to allow youth baseball's pendulem to swing back toward ‘free-play' and ‘sandlot' style, kid-centered, youth baseball organizations. Check out what this ‘sea change' might look like.
In this episode we meet up with author, coach and youth baseball administrator, Adam Sarancik. Adam shares his views on the current state of affairs and uses his many years of experience to explain what, he believes, is needed to make participating in youth baseball more enjoyable for everyone!
There are coaches and then there are coaches that are among the best in the country. What makes them tick differently from the others? How did they become part of an elite fraternity? Every coach's journey is different from the other and in this episode, we get some great insight from the 2021 National Coach of The Year, Jeremy “Sheets” Sheetinger.
White Sox pitching prospect Tanner McDougal joins the show to discuss his rehab from Tommy John surgery, MLB draft process, thoughts on 2022 MLB draft and why youth baseball is awful nowadays. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pinwheels-and-ivy/support
Jay's Bio - Born and raised in San Diego, I have had the privilege to play baseball, year around, since the age of 4. Playing the game was great, but now having the opportunity to coach and train young players is where my passion lies today. Playing the game of baseball presented me with multiple scholarship offers to colleges like Texas Southern University, Ottawa University and others. I decided to attend Arizona State University, had an opportunity to walk on to the baseball team, but was instructed to play on their club baseball team for the next two years. That led me to the decision to hang up the cleats and focus on my studies. I graduated with a BA in Social and Behavioral Science in 2015, and since then I have moved back to San Diego, started coaching baseball again, and completed my Masters of Arts in Organizational Leadership and Development. Being away from playing I have been more of a student of the game of baseball, than ever before. I have an excitement for teaching young players tools and skills that I wish I had growing up. As a player development trainer for the San Diego Stars Baseball Academy, my aim is to continue to branch out to other players as well. To help them develop skills and knowledge of the game, that they may not learn from their neighborhood little league, local high school, and even college. The goal is to assist with their advancement as a ball player, improve their skills and increase their confidence.https://pryordevelopment.wixsite.com/develop --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Jake & Chris are joined by Jack Egbert, former reliever for the Chicago White Sox and New York Mets. The trio discus Jack's 9-year professional career, his debut with the White Sox and his experience being on the roster for Johan Santana's no hitter as a member of the Mets. The guys also talk life after pro ball and the current state and evolution of youth baseball.
There are many tools in a coaches tool box that need to be honed and sharpened. The is no greater aspect to the craft than communication. In order to be an effective coach, communicating skills have to be high on the priority list. All of the great coaches throughout the history of sports are great communicators.
In this first episode of Fungo Files, Jon talks about the things that matter most in youth baseball. These things ultimately make up the core values that will drive the themes of this podcast. Along the way, Jon shares a bit of his perspective as both a coach and parent. Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review! If you don't see Fungo Files on your favorite platform, let us know.
Clint sits in the hot seat and begins with little league baseball as he breaks down how he spent his Father's Day weekend watching youth baseball and almost getting ejected after a series of intense plays and umpire calls. June has been a difficult month for umpires in youth baseball leagues. Over the weekend of June 10th, 17 parents were ejected from baseball games run by Central Iowa Sports for heckling umpires and other bad behavior. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Coach Caliendo on Clearing the Bases Podcast talking baseball development at the younger levels. There are many people in the baseball world that aim to promote our game for the betterment of all who are involved. There are a lot of good people but there is no better advocate than Peter Caliendo. Peter has literally traveled the world teaching coaches and players how to be the best that they can be. He also shares some knowledge of what he has learned from his many journeys. “Jimmy Filingeri” This was so much fun; Jimmy and David are awesome. Thanks for having me on the show. Lots of talk about Youth Baseball, direction heading, changes it needs to make to keep kids in the game longer and get new kids playing, not just here in the USA but around the world, the world is doing some great things that we can learn from, long term development, coaching, teaching and so much more. Thanks guys. They have some great guests and topics, listen to them. "Peter Caliendo"
Baseball played in the 12 & under ballfields can be very deceiving especially to the ‘Big-People'. In other words, we should take caution and realize that once we hit the 13 & over 60' 90' ballfields it's going to be game-on. Challenges of enormous size wait lurking for us in middle school years playing baseball. Most turn from the game because it is so difficult to perform as they once could at the smaller dimensions. Listen in to Dave's warnings about 13 & over baseball.
There are many people in the baseball world that aim to promote our game for the betterment of all who are involved. There are a lot of good ones but there is no better advocate than Peter Caliendo. Peter has literally traveled the world teaching coaches and players how to be the best that they can be. He also shares some knowledge of what he has learned from his many journeys.
This week's guest was drafted out of high school, in the 13th round of the 1981 MLB draft, by the Chicago Cubs. He eventually found his way into coaching, where he procured an impressive resume on all levels of the game. He has two sons, one of which, Tyler, was previously on the show a few episodes ago. He has now turned his attention to helping families navigate baseball development, the travel ball scene, and the college recruiting process. Welcome to the show, Walter Beede!
WE'RE BACK! This week on the PayneCast the guys talk about an assortment of things from their Kentucky Derby experience to the Reds losing a game in which they threw a no hitter. Here's what you're get in this week's episode:- Kentucky Derby- Youth Baseball- Reds lose no-hitter- TSSAA Playoffs Start- GHSA Playoffs Continue- Triple H
Coach Forward is an interview-style podcast hosted by Jason Mejeur (Coach J), accomplished Coach, Mentor, and Founder/CEO at MaxOne. To see the MaxOne platform, schedule some time here. Today, I'm excited to be joined by Coach Deven Morgan. Deven is the Director of Youth Baseball and the Founder of the Driveline Academy. Driveline Baseball is the premier data-driven baseball player development organization in the world. They train players through state-of-the-art motion capture assessments, physical therapy evaluations, and specialized assessment-retest based pitching, hitting and high performance coaching. Deven is responsible for creating the Driveline Academy team program, which consisted of 108 players across 8 teams in their first year. The program retained 90% of our players in year one, and now has 220 players across 18 teams in year two. Deven also created the Youth Baseball Development certification course in January of 2020 to broaden his, and his student's approach to developing "Skills That Scale" in youth baseball, and to date has more than 1,800 members. About Jason Mejeur (Coach J) Jason has more than 15 years of experience coaching basketball at the college and high school level and has lived on the sidelines and in the locker rooms working to build teams and inspire athletes. His mission is to build authentic relationships with his players so that he could have an impact on their lives beyond the basketball court. More recently, Jason founded MaxOne to be a platform that makes coaches' lives easier and helps them use technology to have a bigger impact on the lives of their athletes. Keep up with Coach Forward on social media: Twitter, Linkedin, Instagram. Enjoying Coach Forward Podcast? Consider subscribing or leaving us a review!
5-11 Segment 4 - Andy Strickland in-studio - Packy Naughton starts with Wainwright on Covid list - Youth baseball vs. hockey - Strong ownership groups
On April 25, children's baseball games were being held at Pepperhill Park, a city-run recreation center in a residential area of North Charleston. It was a normal night. Nine and 10-year-olds were playing on the field as parents, siblings and coaches watched. Then, just before 8:45 p.m., dozens of shots rang out.An about one-minute video captured by a parent showed the moments of confusion and panic that followed as children ran or crawled to find safety. No one was injured in the gunfire, and no arrests have been announced. City officials quickly said the violence was not something that would be tolerated and pledged to take action to quell gun violence, which has been on the rise in North Charleston and across the country.The city's response and some of the proposed ideas for addressing the issue have reignited debate over the right balance between public safety and civil rights in South Carolina's third-largest city. It also prompted frustration from community members around what they saw as a lack of action in response to other instances of gun violence in North Charleston, especially in predominantly Black neighborhoods.Rickey Dennis, who reports on the city of North Charleston, crime and public safety reporter Jocelyn Grzeszczak and watchdog and public service reporter Stephen Hobbs share their reporting.More coverage:Another SC community grapples with gun violence after shooting disrupts children's baseball gamesSome see double standard in shootings as Mayor Keith Summey meets with Pepperhill victimsNorth Charleston baseball teams impacted by Pepperhill shooting get a night to rememberUnderstand SC: Long-awaited audit shows racial disparities in policingUnderstand SC is a weekly podcast from The Post and Courier that draws from the reporting resources and knowledge of our newsroom to help you better understand South Carolina. Are there any stories you'd like to hear on the show? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.This episode was hosted and edited by Emily Williams and featured reporters Rickey Dennis, Jocelyn Grzeszczak and Stephen Hobbs.
We start the show with a little state of affairs for our high school teams and our observations at this point in our seasons. We then take aim on the out-of-control sports parents and coaches who physically attack refs/umps/officials at our kids' games. We need to find a solution for this toxic environment that continues to plaque youth sports.
USA Baseball just released a report on the status and groundwork for developing youth baseball players. The report lacks for any real detailed plans, but it does touch on some very pertinent aspects of player development that you should hear about. Listen in to Dave's breakdown of the report and see where this leads down the road. Reach us at coachandplaybaseball.com
Episode 40: Ryan Rua, MLB Career and Coaching Youth Baseball Cutoffs & Coffee Episode 40 CT & James DiBiasio, with Ryan Rua, Former Pro Baseball Player and Director of Baseball Ops with the T3 Warhawks Where to find them: IG: @therealct @jpdibiasio_ @t3performance @ryan_rua @t3_warhawks Ryan Rua was drafted in the 17th round of the 2011 MLB Draft, becoming the first player drafted from Division II Lake Erie College. After a great professional career with the Texas Rangers, Rua has recently transitioned to coaching for the T3 Warhawks. In this episode, he talks about his career, and how that has affected how he coaches his athletes. A lot of great insight in this conversation for not only athletes, but also for parents of athletes. This episode is brought to you by Underdogg Fitness, the BEST Store and Go Foam Roller in the game! Underdoggfitness.com. @underdogg_fitness You can get your own “Cutoffs & Coffee” shirts (you have to cut the sleeves yourself) and hats, by DMing @therealct, all sizes S-XL available! We also have crewnecks available! The video version can be found on YouTube, and the audio version can be found on Apple podcasts and Spotify! Give us a review, leave a comment, subscribe. Links are in the description! #t3performance #performance #podcast #motivate #hardwork #inspire #cutoffs #coffee #teach #workout #fitness #breath #breathwork #exercise #livelifestimulated #cleveland #leadership #comradery #workethic #drive #passion #mentalreps #mentalperformance #mentaltoughness #rua #baseball #t3warhawks #texasrangers #mlb
Spring is here! Fish and Corey have been watching a ton of spring games and have thoughts on Clemson, Ohio State, N.C. State, Florida State, North Carolina and many others. Brian Kelly admits that it's almost to win a championship at Notre Dame and Dabo Swinney hates EVERYTHING about college football in 2022.
Rick Wolff is the host of The Sports Edge on WFAN radio in New York City. Rick's show has been running for well over 20 years and is heard all over the country. The content of his show revolves around youth sports and sports parenting. We thought that he would have a lot of insight as to what is going on in youth baseball. Thanks for stopping by Rick we thoroughly enjoyed the conversation.
One year ago on March 23, 2021, we released the first episode of the Clearing The Bases podcast. We decided to do a "quick hit" show to give you a little history of how we got started and to say thank you to all of the listeners and guests that have made this show a huge success.
Today on Sparky's Midday Madness presented by The Milwaukee Admirals, Sparky found a clip from the late skipper of Louisiana-Lafayette baseball Tony Robichaux discussing the difficulty of coaching the youth of today. Sparky debates the points in the clip and hears from callers, many of whom are coaches themselves, who are on both sides of the isle.
There are many baseball players that for one reason or another that do not get noticed by scouts or recruiters. Player advisor and player agent Joseph Guzman of the Empowerment Sports Group joins us for a conversation that will help youth, high school and college players understand what it takes to get to their next level.
Overcoming obstacles is not an easy thing to do. It is our responsibility to teach our players how to do navigate the unpaved road that they will travel. Former MLB player, Jeff Frye talks about his journey and the many hurdles that he had to leap in order to make it to the pinnacle of the game we love.
Rock talks with long time friend and colleague Joey Wolfe, formerly with the Toronto Blue Jays organization and owner of Paradigm Sport. TIME STAMPS 1:00 Life in the minor leagues 6:30 Beginning to train the youth population 9:30 Brining in continuing education experts to hone your craft 13:45 Retaining young clients at Paradigm Sport 16:30 Building your brand around baseball 20:00 Discouraging the year round single sport athlete 23:00 Game based training for fun 26:30 Training extreme sports athletes 28:45 Inspiring coaches 34:00 Coaching through COVID 37:00 Youth baseball summer camps GET TO KNOW JOEY WOLFE WEBSITE: www.paradigmsport.com INSTA: https://www.instagram.com/joey_wolfe/ PARADIGM BASEBALL INSTA: https://www.instagram.com/paradigmsportbaseball/ GET TO KNOW ROCKY SNYDER MEET: Visit the Rocky's online headquarters: www.RockySnyder.com READ: Grab a copy of his new "Return to Center" book: www.ReturntoCtr.com INSTA: Instagram fan, check him out at https://www.instagram.com/rocky_snyder/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/rocky.snyder.77 LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rocky-snyder-cscs-cafs-nsca-cpt-a77a091/ TRAIN WITH ROCKY WORKOUT: Want to meet Rocky and get a private workout: https://rockysfitnesscenter.com/ INSTA: https://www.instagram.com/rockysfitnesssc/ FACEBOOK: Facebook.com/RockysFitnessCenter
Deven Morgan is the Director of Youth Baseball at Driveline in Kent, Washington. Over the course of his career, he's developed an approach to prepare youth athletes for the high school level by focusing in on "skills that scale." Hit the play button to learn about how he reached this point, how he defines skills that scale, why it matters for high school coaches, and how winning fits into development. You can follow Deven on Twitter @devenmorgan. Join the High School Coaches Club as a FREE member! (This is the ONLY way to get the weekly newsletter delivered straight to your inbox every Wednesday!) You can send recommendations for future guests by clicking here. You can pick up a High School Coaches Club sticker here. Contact Max Price via Twitter or email: email@example.com Follow High School Coaches Club on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Visit highschoolcoachesclub.com for more. Powered by @nettingpros and Driveline PLUS. Get $25 off your first year as a new Driveline PLUS member by using coupon code HSCC when you check out.