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Clemson Baseball "Exceptional"

This week's trip to Clemson University was confirmation that there is an ongoing shift toward implicit training in the baseball industry. This shift is purely results driven. For years there was no way to know if changes in batting practice routines where resulting in more consistent game day performances, now there is. Training and tracking [...]

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Astros Hitting Pentathlon Includes V-Flex

MiLB fall leagues are in full swing. Just happen to catch this tweet a couple of days ago by the Astros hitting coordinator. The Hitting Pentathlon is a great way to motivate toward implicit training. Seeing V-Flex as part of the event was very satisfying. The Astros have 3 of our overhand [...]

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OU Baseball

My trip to Oklahoma University last week was a good one. These are exciting times for players & coaches because everyone benefits from technology that works. This breakthrough in strike recognition training is a direct result of challenging the current mindset about pitch recognition technology. College BB seems to be turning the corner and [...]

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University of South Carolina Softball

Friday's trip to the Univ. of South Carolina laid the foundation for an intelligent application of strike recognition training. New hitting instructor Matt Lisle is ready to try his hand at implicit training after spending years inside the explicit training world. Gamecock strike efficiency numbers will tell if he can master the art [...]

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Notre Dame Baseball

Notre Dame baseball came on board yesterday in a big way... Staying ahead of the technology curve requires making informed decisions. Head Coach Mik Aoki spent some quality hours yesterday learning about implicit vs explicit practice.  When the session was finished he purchased hitting & pitching combo sets for his assistant coaches and players.  There [...]

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New Sales = Long Road Trip

Starting on Sept. 10th I will be off on another training adventure.  Hotel to hotel , rest stop to rest stop before returning home on Saturday the 16th. New clients are scattered throughout the east and mid west. I begin with Saint Francis University in Pennsylvania. The Red Flash won the 2017 Northeast Championship and [...]

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Top Gun (unsolicited letter)

TimGot our first chance to use VX-5 today and the results were fun to see. My daughter said she could feel her brain "working" and I watched her start to discern the 1 ball difference between "good" and "bad" pitches almost instantaneously. Heck, I think I even throw better BP with it. We noticed that [...]

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Things No One Knew About Hitting, Until Now... Part 1

Neuroscience is at a historic turning point. Today, a full 18 years after the “Decade of the Brain,” a continuous stream of advances is shattering long-held notions about how the human brain works and what happens when it doesn’t. These advances are also reshaping the landscapes in sports and other fields, from psychology to economics, [...]

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Numbers Don't Lie. But, Do They Tell The Truth?

You’ve often heard the phrase, “Numbers don’t lie”. And while that may be true, have they really told the truth? In today’s games of baseball and softball, and every other sport for that matter, we’ve began a trend of metrics. If it can be measured, you can bet that someone on the team is charting it! Batting averages, OBP, slugging [...]

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UCLA Readies For V-Flex

I'm looking forward to working with Kelly Inouye-Perez and her staff on the West Coast on August 25th. I met Kelly four years ago before I was market ready and unfortunately did less than an impressive presentation for the staff on Sunset Blvd. To say the least , the six thousand [...]

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