So What by Miles Davis.
If you like, check out the album too: Kind of Blue - via Spotify
Soul soothing, don’t you think!?
Let the coin decide mate
via PE Coach (a great resource for at-home workouts with minimal or no equipment!)
There’s no one way to peel a potato…
Jaeger Long Toss Catchplay/Throwing Routine: via Alan Jaeger
Long Toss Catchplay/Throwing Routine: via ex MLBer Ryan Roberts
WHAT? Post-catch footwork (after fielding the ball) - Crow-hop vs Pro-step (Coach CJ demo)
WHY? To help limit the other team from scoring more runs than you.
Elite level footwork: Check out how others organise their feet, aka post catch footwork: ala MLB
Building your own hitting routine… via Rockies’ David Dahl
1) Tee Drill - Warming up - Coiling of back-hip (comfortable)
2) Tee Drill #2 - Launch position with a constraint (lil uncomfortable) - no false moves after launch and be quick with the barrel
It Is Not What's Gone - But What's Given
Jim Abbott - Misfortune as a gift - born without his right hand to play the game at the highest level possible.
“Go out and find what it is that you love. It may not be the most obvious choice or the most logical but never let that stop you." Baseball was hardly the most logical choice for someone with one hand, but I loved it, so that's what I pursued. No matter where the road takes you don't give up until you know in your heart you done everything you possibly could to make your dreams come true. You owe nothing to disability, ignore it. When you fail, get back up and try again. Leave no room for an excuse. Don't listen to what you can't do. 99% of the time I never think of missing a hand. I have never been envious of someone with two hands. Listen to that voice deep within you, it knows, when you've done your best.” - Jim Abbott
Be blessed. Or be a blessing.
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