May 2019 / 2 posts found

Is How You Learn A Skill Is More Important Than What You Learn?

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Coming from the medical world was certainly a difference-maker in the early success of our students — many of whom were overcoming significant throwing injuries. Our knowledge of anatomy, physiology, kinesiology, biomechanics and the cellular biology of the human body, gave us the tools to help a lot of players. However, while our medical background is definitely an edge in training players, it’s not the biggest separator. The biggest difference-makers for our clients has been the deep dive…

The Odo Solution

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Jake Odorizzi is off to a great start in 2019.   After throwing 13 consecutive shutout innings against the Astros and the Yankees last week, Jake Odorizzi has been named the AL Player of The Week. If you scrub the data from a terrible weather-influenced day where freezing rain made it impossible to feel his hands these are his numbers:  Average fastball is up.  Strike percentage is up, Swing and miss percentage is up. Strikeout percentage is up.   And we’re not surprised.   You see,…