One Way to Get Your Season Started Right

Written By: Chas Pippitt

One Way to Get Your Season Started Right

How Proper Communication Can Help Your Kid Become a Better Player

Baseball and Softball seasons are starting all over the country.  Travel ball parents, little leaguers, high school players, and pros getting ready, the time is now to get hyped!

Communication Circle

Many players have spent countless hours in the weight room, batting cage, or on the pitcher's mound honing their skills for the season. Coaches are having tryouts, starting practices, or games are in full swing.

How do we as instructors or coaches deal with these players and their new 'skills'?

How can we be the best we can and reward the player for their work in the offseason?  The answer is building the "circle of communication"!

There is no reason a relationship cannot be established between coach and instructor.  In fact, I think it's pivotal with today's youth culture, travel parents, and lesson culture that these coaches and instructors get together and work WITH each other instead of AGAINST each other.  This completes the "circle of communication".  Once the circle of communication is complete, it goes on forever and never stops.

The Lines of Communication

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