Culture

Practice Flaws and Skill Development for Coaches & Athletes

Skill Training and How You Can Get Your Team Better At It What are the five main physical skills in baseball? Hitting for average, hitting for power, speed (baserunning), fielding,…

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What Does it Mean to Be Coachable?

Coachability is More Than Just Listening In my experience as a private instructor, I have found that many young athletes lack the ability to be coachable. Not only is this…You’ve…

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The Accountability Paradox

When Actions Don’t Match Ambitions This past weekend, Tyler Zupcic and I were fortunate enough to be at the Baseball Youth All-American Games in South Carolina. The event has players…

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Taking Ownership of Your Commitments- A Player, Parent & Coach Perspective

What Motivates You? As a player, ask yourself why you play the game.  As a parent ask yourself why your kid plays the game, do they play because you make…

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Baseball Rebellion in Stuttgart, Germany

Two years ago I was invited to travel to Stuttgart, Germany to coach at a baseball camp from an assistant coach of mine at UNC Asheville.  Unfortunately, I was unable…

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Culture, Motivation, and Giving Back: The “Green Bell” Phenomenon

    A few weeks ago, as the new Baseball/Softball Rebellion HQ facility in Durham, NC started to come together, we purchased a giant green bell that we hung up…

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