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MLB Network host Sean Casey shows how visual training and small ball drills are crucial to getting the most out of your batting practice regimen.
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Consider all three athletic elements - eyes, brain and body - when allocating your practice time.
The competition out there is tougher than ever. Implement some efficient modern day technology into your practice regimen and experience newfound success.
Physical capabilities are instrumental in sports, but an athletes’ visual and mental capabilities are equally imperative.
Don’t let an injury prevent you from developing your athletic skills. Let MaxBP bridge that gap between injured player and difference maker.
By utilizing MaxBP’s small ball training methods, athletes have the opportunity to improve their hand-eye coordination, vision and reaction time.
Over the course of the next ten days we will be detailing the best reasons to train with MaxBP! Here is a preview of what's to come!
There is more to athletic success than focusing on one aspect of development. Create a well-rounded and organized training regimen.
Halloween has passed and the weather has turned. Depending on one’s location, it’s tough to make progress during the winter months.
Many times a slump surfaces because of a minute detail or lack of concentration. Regain that undivided attention is by focusing on small objects.
Invest time into your eye sight and develop that soft, fine focus. This prevents over straining, allowing a hitter to get the most out of their vision.
The eyes play an instrumental part in our ability to perform a task - in everyday life and in athletics. The eyes, mind and body dynamic is imperative.