How do I become confident in myself as a baseball player? This is a question I have been constantly exposed to over the years having struggled mightily with confidence myself. I have concluded that confidence on the baseball field starts with the ability to feel comfortable in your own skin as a human being. When you truly come to grips with the notion (it’s hard, trust me) that I am a worthy human being, regardless of my performance on the field, a huge weight will be lifted off your shoulders, allowing you to play free, loose, relaxed and be more successful.
About Barrett Snyder
Barrett Snyder is a student of the game, avid strength and conditioning researcher, pupil of Dr. Tom Hanson and Dr. Ken Ravizza, a blogger for various websites in addition to an IMG Academy alumni. He continually works to invalidate the notion that 90mph can’t be attained after 5 shoulder surgeries. He plans on playing Independent Baseball until his arm falls off.