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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 of spatial stimulation. Head Coach Beverly Smith is also trying her hand at implicit training for her pitchers. They were very excited at the opportunity to throw to an emergent strike zone space. If your pitchers and hitters aren't training with enhanced emerging spaces I encourage you to give it a try. You'll find that players will be amazed at the results that emerge! The will to learn is an asset that drive competition in the SEC... 

Staying ahead of the game requires some type of change.  I encourage coaches to travel light as they travel into the future.  Coaches that hold on to the past for too long run the risk of becoming immune to new more efficient systems.   At some point everyone must change if they want to stay competitive and relevant.   With the market flooded with new technologies its hard to know what works and what doesn't. However, the difference between explicit and implicit training styles it is becoming clearer and clearer.  We are living in an exciting time and players and coaches can benefit from the new finding in neurology if they are willing to apply the knowledge. 

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 of spatial stimulation. Head Coach Beverly Smith is also trying her hand at implicit training for her pitchers. They were very excited at the opportunity to throw to an emergent strike zone space. If your pitchers and hitters aren't training with enhanced emerging spaces I encourage you to give it a try. You'll find that players will be amazed at the results that emerge! The will to learn is an asset that drive competition in the SEC... 

Staying ahead of the game requires some type of change.  I encourage coaches to travel light as they travel into the future.  Coaches that hold on to the past for too long run the risk of becoming immune to new more efficient systems.   At some point everyone must change if they want to stay competitive and relevant.   With the market flooded with new technologies its hard to know what works and what doesn't. However, the difference between explicit and implicit training styles it is becoming clearer and clearer.  We are living in an exciting time and players and coaches can benefit from the new finding in neurology if they are willing to apply the knowledge.