1. The Baseball 100, by Joe Posnanski This is not your normal: this player hit .315 and his WAR was X so he's the 17th greatest player ever. No. The author certainly talks about each player's baseball ability, career highlights and statistics, but they're interwoven beautifully into fascinating stories about
1. Don’t Cookie Cut! Think of the best pitchers to ever toe the rubber. Pedro Martinez. Sandy Koufax. Greg Maddux. Randy Johnson. Mariano Rivera. Walter Johnson. Nolan Ryan. Clayton Kershaw. Roger Clemens. Bob Gibson. Tom Seaver. Justin Verlander. They all were very different in how they moved. It’s
If you are a sport skills coach, a strength & conditioning coach, rehab practitioner, or any combination of the aforementioned, you are a movement coach. I want you to think of the best athletes regardless of their sport. They’re elite movers. They’re powerful; efficient; explosive. Often times their movements
No matter the sport, the ability to express power is the great separator. Connor McDavid is the greatest hockey player we have ever witnessed. Justin Verlander is arguably the greatest pitcher of his generation. Rory McIlroy is arguably the greatest golfer of his generation. Mike Trout is the greatest hitter.
“Assess, don’t guess.” The assessment is the crucial first step to optimizing the training of your athletes. Here are seven ideas to help you crush your assessment. 1. The Assessment Is Your Opportunity to Build Rapport The assessment is the first impression. Ask questions and take a genuine interest