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Conditioning for Mental Toughness?

Conditioning for mental toughness usually isn’t a good idea, but maybe what actually isn’t a good idea is the poor execution. Here’s where I think we can intelligently sneak in some of that “mental toughness” work.

Conditioning Execution

Travel Ball Epidemic

It seems EVERYBODY is playing travel ball, no matter the age or skill level. Sometimes we have elementary kids playing more games than college teams. Let that sink in. Ive got a few more thoughts on this that I’ll save for another day.


Let’s Go Sledding

Blake asked if he could ride the sled while Carter drug it. At first, I said no. Then I thought, well, that could save us from having to load 3 or 4 more plates. Go ahead and hop on…

Sled Efficiency

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