Ever watched a player melt down in front of your eyes, walking eight batters in a row, or making three consecutive errors in the field? Of course you have! More and more in today’s high-pressure, win-at-all-costs climate of amateur baseball, … Read more >
Tag Archive for: Mental Game
The underdog is often times one of the most exciting parts of sporting events to this day. We all want to root for the guy or girl who is not the favorite because as human beings we are wired to … Read more >
We have all heard that we need to build from the ground up. If we try to build a pyramid from the top first, it would not be sustainable. The pyramid will collapse and you will have to restart from … Read more >
The following is an excerpt from Bob Tewksbury’s new book, “Ninety Percent Mental: An All-Star Player Turned Mental Skills Coach Reveals the Hidden Game of Baseball.” In this great new book, Tewks, a former Major League pitcher and … Read more >
We have all heard of the term “confidence” and I am sure we can all agree that it is of vital importance to a baseball player’s progress and development.
Yogi Berra put it best, “Baseball is 90 percent mental and … Read more >
This is not football, basketball or hockey – it’s baseball. And of the four “major” sports in the United States, baseball is by far the most mentally challenging and demanding.
Demanding, because there is so much dead time compared to … Read more >
The act of mental visualization is one of the most underutilized tools in the field of performance psychology. Not utilizing visualization and the mental pregame on a daily basis, is basically short changing your success on and off the field!… Read more >