The mental side of baseball is often neglected by coaches due to the time constraints of trying to run a successful baseball program. This video teaches you how to effectively implement mental conditioning into your daily routine making your team more successful on game day. Brian Cain, one of the world's most sought after sports psychologists, provides a number of drills and techniques to maximize your players' performance and shares his proven program for mastering the mental game.
Cain takes the Baylor University baseball team through a series of 45 mental conditioning drills that are designed to give your players a competitive advantage. He describes how coaches can get their players to invest their time in mental conditioning. Through a variety of visual and verbal "signs of success," Cain offers drills that can be used in practice and in the classroom to help your players:
Gain an understanding of Cain's "Five F's of Time Management" and why dugout organization is essential to the success of your hitters. Cain also shows you exactly how to set up your batting practice to develop good mental habits for the on deck hitter, in the hole hitter and the fourth hitter in the rotation.
Cain recognizes that all players and coaches learn differently. The mental conditioning drills in this DVD are flexible and designed to achieve the same results through a variety of teaching methods. The drills are presented in a way that allows coaches to effectively implement them into their programs. They also provide players with quick ways to take a negative and turn it into a positive by focusing on `WIN' and the process rather than the outcome.
Repeating mental mechanics in the same way you repeat physical mechanics maximizes performance. Train your athletes how to focus, so they're ready to perform at their best when it counts the most.
79 minutes. 2012.
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I think this is the best of the 3-part set. He gives a tremendous amount of info and most of it is practical and easy to implement, although he cautions against overdoing it with too many ideas. It seems like it was filmed at a HS coaches clinic so the ideas are aimed at HS coaches, not like many clinics where college guys go over stuff us HS guys could never do and you struggle to find just one idea that fits your level.
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