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Working Towards New Patents

I've been relatively quiet on social media recently. In the end it comes down to what we do, not what we say. Working hard on new patents that will affect multiple sports; archery, golf, football, BBK, tennis and a variety of neuro-therapies for generations to come. I realize we are a small company with limited resources but I've learned to set aside time for product and concept development. The IP patent process is long and grueling but stagnation is a path to certain death as a company. Expanding the reach of our IP will allow us to bring 100s of new products and neuro applications to market. Some will revolutionize and some will bring needed significant change. I'm absolutely certain we will need a few strategic partnerships to accomplish our goals as we move forward. If you are a neuro-researcher or business owner and willing to sign a NDA and interested in being a part of what we are doing, don't hesitate to reach out to us at your convenience. The next generation is counting on us to get it right! "USPTO" 

Working Towards New Patents

I've been relatively quiet on social media recently. In the end it comes down to what we do, not what we say. Working hard on new patents that will affect multiple sports; archery, golf, football, BBK, tennis and a variety of neuro-therapies for generations to come. I realize we are a small company with limited resources but I've learned to set aside time for product and concept development. The IP patent process is long and grueling but stagnation is a path to certain death as a company. Expanding the reach of our IP will allow us to bring 100s of new products and neuro applications to market. Some will revolutionize and some will bring needed significant change. I'm absolutely certain we will need a few strategic partnerships to accomplish our goals as we move forward. If you are a neuro-researcher or business owner and willing to sign a NDA and interested in being a part of what we are doing, don't hesitate to reach out to us at your convenience. The next generation is counting on us to get it right! "USPTO" 

Unknowable vs Unknown

Going to be sharing the difference between unknowable and unknown this week as I hit the road. It seems though the game has forgotten several vital principles of physics in their quest to optimize performance. There are a vast array of unknowable's in baseball and softball performance science. When you admit that something [...]

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Altering the Limitations of Pitching Machines

I read an article sometime back that I wanted to share with my followers for the sake of discussion. https://www.baseballamerica.com/stories/how-to-ma... It centered on how to use pitching machines to get game day results. This article presents a status quo understanding of batting practice that disregards some foundation principles of physics. I simply want to distance my company from the status quo [...]

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A Quantum View of Timing

A quantum view of timing consist of examining how the brain processes bits of information to produce a collective "whole" experience. The bits consist of: fragments of emergent time, neurological space from which objects appear (visible & invisible) and how objects arise as a result of reflective light information and pre-emergent action potentials. Neuroscience is at [...]

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Workshops on the Horizon

Blueprints for a 2 day V-Flex workshop this fall in Phoenix AZ were drafted this past Friday in Chicago. It will be hosted by Cubs MLB hitting coach, Chili Davis. Chili has been using V-Flex with different Cubs hitters throughout this season and has seen first hand the impact it has on strike recognition. [...]

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The Shift: Why Scott Boras May Be Right

A recent tweet by Scott Boras regarding the unfairness of "the shift" has drawn some criticism and caused a little controversy throughout the baseball community. Whether you agree or disagree with his arguments and observations the fact remains that the issue needs to be addressed from a scientific perspective. Everyone has a personal opinion on the subject but biased opinions seldom [...]

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New Applications Coming

  I spent a couple of unique days with Allen Gum at UCA last week. Allen was the third baseball coach in the USA to purchase and train implicitly with V-Flex in 2012. His quest to develop a more efficient implicit practice prompted him to invite me to Conway for some exploratory conversations and innovative practice applications. [...]

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Road to WCWS

The women's NCAA D-I softball tournament is here. 46 of the 64 teams in the tournament this year are implicitly training in some form or fashion with V-Flex. Some use our pitching tools exclusively while others train both hitters and pitchers implicitly. SEC teams have blanketed the Super Regional's this year. It [...]

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The Illusion of Specialization

This past weekend I saw several tweet threads pertaining to Latin American baseball players and why they are so successful. The arguments centered around external environmental factors such as longer playing seasons, warmer weather, more practice time and a dedication to being baseball specific. Some argued that players in the Dominican Republic, Venezuela and Puerto Rico take 3X the [...]

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Inside Pitch vs Outside Pitch

Opinions vary but there are only two types of pitches, inside and outside. When I explore “the pitch” I look deep inside the brain for answers regarding its origin and composition. I look for specific components and principles that regulate the flow of information inside the hitter’s brain. That is what I call an inside pitch. An outside pitch [...]

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