The win-at-all-costs mentality in the modern game of youth baseball that is attributed to the adults has all but destroyed the focus of player development.
|This is a wakeup call and a desire to shift the youth baseball & sports paradigm away from the win-at-all-costs atmosphere.
The players still get better, and have a blast without the mental and physical hangover associated with today's youth sports paradigm.
With all the amatuer baseball now being played why are we not developing more quality baseball players?
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Our Youth Baseball Model Has a Problem: Don't Wait Any Longer
Bob 'the Bull' Watson, the sensational former All-Star player, distinguished Yankees GM, and just retired from Major League Baseballs Commisioners office commented on...
What he thought was Wrong with the game of Baseball
He said, 'The two things wrong with baseball today are
1. The strong emphasis on winning vs. the emphasis on player development of strong players at the youth level.
2. The lack of coaching at the youth level.'
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It's Up to You to Fix Our Broken System
A generation of ballplayers have been scolded and ridiculed in the batters box to a point of no return. The dominating adults have over taken the youth baseball leagues driving players out of the game prematurely with their over emphasis of harping on mistakes rather than teaching and encouraging kids in the cause of the win-at-all-costs approach.
Have you ever noticed how incredibly easy the remarkable game of baseball looks from the bleachers and dugout, or on TV.
Yet, when you get between the lines to play you realize amazingly it is not that easy at all.
Professional coaches and players realize how incredibly tough the game can be.
Pro Baseball people know you have to be patient, positive and look long term in developing, training, coaching, mentoring, teaching and instructing players.
Since baseball is so ultimately difficult to play everyone will or has experienced unsurpassed frustration and undisputed disappointment along the way.
The peaks and valleys of the game are a little smoother when you have the right, crucial baseball mindset.
Intrigued? Are you caught up in the win-at-all-costs approach rather than the mindset of powerful player development can really adversely affect everyone involved?
Fortunately You Don't have to wait. I’ve been through both approaches. I will show you how to put into practice both winning and player development together, at your level just like the major league baseball teams do it with their minor league players.
|"A coach is someone who can give correction without causing resentment." John Wooden.|
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|“Dave Holt was hired to educate two of my sons on the fundamentals of baseball - hitting, catching, throwing, and pitching.
He had a mature professional approach in dealing with young adults, one that I find similar to that of a college full professor who has mastered the skills and techniques necessary to teach successfully.
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end of the season.
I implemented your techniques the next season and can't thank you enough. The kids love practice, we accomplish a lot, and most importantly they all develop throughout the season. I don't worry much if we win or lose just as long as we try and they get better.
My pitchers only throw fastballs and a change up and we do just fine. If the other team hits the ball, great it gives the defense an opportunity to make a play.
I never coach from the box, I just encourage them to hit. And they all know the have the green light on 3-0. The best thing I can do for them is make them better hitters and the only way is to hit! By the way my kids are Junior Little league ages 13-14. Zach, Stockton, CA...
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