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STGD: How2Focus 3-book set

How2Focus Series of 3 baseball books written by Dr. Bill Harrison with Ryan Harrison
  • Volume 1 - Like The Pros
  • Volume 2 - The Hitter's Zone
  • Volume 3 - The Pitchers Zone

Volume 1 - Like the Pros:  This unique book will be an “Eye Opener” as you learn in depth key components of the “visual side of the game,” and how it helps the mental and physical sides of the game. You will learn from Dr. Bill Harrison’s 40-plus years of experience in athlete development with never before told stories about the San Francisco Giants, the Kansas City Royals, Edgar Renteria, George Brett, Angel Pagan, Frank White, Charlie Lau, Jack McKeon, Ewing M. Kauffman and Syd Thrift for the purpose of giving you insights that will you reach your performance goals.

Volume 2 - The Hitter's Zone: The Hitters Zone features narrative stories of interactions with numerous MLB players regarding effective techniques and approaches to improve your performance. Insights are given on the early training and development methods used by Hall of Fame star GEORGE BRETT that resulted in an approach which set him apart from other players. What worked with George initially in the 1970’s is still helping players today. Included in the book are never before told stories and insights about how superstar BARRY BONDS became a visual genius; insights are shared on how SHAWN GREEN was able to perform in the zone and achieve great performance.

Volume 3 - The Pitcher's Zone: The Pitcher’s Zone features innovative insights from interactions between the author and numerous MLB pitchers.  In this unique instructional and somewhat historical book, techniques that can help you improve your pitching performance are emphasized. Included are never before told stories and insights about a young pitcher going from Low A minor leagues to the MLB in 9 months—MARK LITTELL; a historical .500 pitcher who became the Kansas City Royals first 20 game winner and an early inductee to the Kansas City Royals Hall of Fame—PAUL SPLITTORFF.