November 2016 / 4 posts found

Google Roulette? Are You Wiling To Risk It?

by Randy Sullivan
in blog
When my oldest son was a senior in high school and experiencing the heartbreak of being overlooked by college recruiters because he didn’t throw hard enough, I asked nearly every baseball guy I knew how to teach velocity. Most had the same answer – one that parroted the words of the most well known pitching “guru” of the time. “You can’t throw harder than your genetics will allow.” In other words, if you didn’t win the genetic lottery you could never hope to be a member of the rare club of high velocity throwers. It was elitism at its finest. “Hard […]

Client Testimonials

by Randy Sullivan
Here’s what our clients have to say about the Florida Baseball Ranch:   Parent of a High School Player ” I honestly feel like this is the best money I’ve spent on my son’s baseball training. If knowledge is power, this has been like an 800 lb gorillas. This feels like teaching my son to fish.” – Todd L. Alachua, FL High School Coach “As a high school coach attending this weekends camp, I wasn’t sure what to expect. I have been to clinics all around the south and spoken with numerous college staffs in the past about everything that […]

Stop Looking For Diagnosis and Cause and Start Looking For Dysfunction and Contributors

by Randy Sullivan
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Yesterday we had a 17 year-old right-handed pitcher in from Colorado for a Precision Strike 1 Day Evaluation and Training Session. We’ll call him Cole. Cole loves pitching. He’s pretty good, according to his mom, and his dream is to pitch in college some day. But last, January, he began to experience severe, debilitating biceps pain. As usual, the immediate response from the medical professionals was to shut down all throwing and rest. After resting for 6 weeks, he started throwing again, and of course, his arm started hurting again. He spent the summer getting MRIs of his shoulder and […]

I Was a Savage!!

by Randy Sullivan
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About 2 years ago we hired a legit dynamo in our physical therapy clinic. For the interview, my CFO/COO, Amy and I met her at the pizza restaurant across the street from our physical therapy clinic. We wanted to do the interview on the down low since we really didn’t have any positions to fill, and we saw no need to get our current employees riled up or worried about their won job security. We interview potential employees constantly, looking for rock stars to add to our team. Our approach is to load our train with electric team members, then […]