Coaches and Business Owners, Sean Laird and Adam Heisler, talk about Baseball and Sports Performance. With Topics ranging from coaching, business, interviews, and player development; their goal is to bring you a NO BS approach to Development in Baseball, Mental Toughness, Strength, and Sports Performance.
54. The Most Common Hitting Flaws We See in the Off-Season
Sean and Adam sit down to share the most common hitting flaws they see in the off-season in Indiana and Alabama. They talk about players spinning/pulling off the baseball, trying to lift every pitch, balance, posture, rhythm and timing and more! They also share the Top 3 Pitching Flaws they see in classes.
53. Planning Off-Season Training, Mobile Summer College Baseball League & Better Way to Train in Summer?
Sean and Adam sit down to chat about the new Summer College Baseball League coming to Mobile, AL, why leagues like this could be a better way to develop as a collegiate ballplayer, and also share how they plan and organize off-season hitting programs leading up to HS Baseball Season!
52. Guest John De Visser | Average Velocity Increases vs The Past | Training, South Alabama, College Baseball, & Much More!
Sean sits down with guest and South Alabama Family John De Visser! They talk on a wide a range of topics like why is the average pitcher throwing harder nowadays, training athletes, coaching high school baseball, reminiscing about South Alabama days, pro players at South Alabama, 170+ Pitch CG's, becoming a professional BP Shagger, Competitive streaks as athletes and now coaches, and much much more! This is a great one!
51. Power Hitter vs Hitters That Can Hit For Power
Sean and Adam sit down and explain the differences between a power hitter and hitters that have the ability for hit for power at times. They discuss the popular problem of hitters trying to get too big with their swings and obsess with "trying" for home runs vs mastering hitting the ball hard with energy in the gaps! They share details on what power is and how you develop it over the years.
50. World Series Recap | Growing the Game | MLB
Sean and Adam sit down and discuss the MLB Playoffs and the state of the game of baseball today. They share their opinions on how they think the MLB, the media, and more can help grow the game for the next generation.
49. Why Consistency is All You Need for Success
Sean sits down for a real conversation about why consistency is essentially the most important trait you need to have in order to be successful in anything in life. He breaks down real life examples on the field, as a Dad, and Husband, and the importance of just doing "something" daily to achieve your goals and conquer your weaknesses!
They know what they are talking about
Excelled at sports as athletes: Check
Educated in fields of development and coaching: Check
Coached high level programs for many years: check
Coached and developed high level athletes: check
Experience, Education, Performance. Adam and Sean know what they are talking about. You might not like what they say, but they speak the truth.
Absolute MUST LISTEN for all Players & Parents
Hands down an absolute MUST listen for all baseball players & families, especially those in the Travel Ball/High School arena. Sean/Adam discuss everything from player development (8/9 yr olds all the way up to college players), lessons, tryouts, high school, the all impt TRAVEL BALL, recruiting, college, pro ball, etc . . Insight into what us parents do wrong (along with the good things we do right) & the need for players to be self motivated. Valuable insight & guidance from those behind the scenes. Can only hope they continue to release more episodes. Again, an ABSOLUTE MUST LISTEN for all players of any age level along with their Parents. Well done Adam & Sean!!!!
Love the dynamic
Real talk. Not trying to sell gimmicks, or talk about baseball fads. Just to the point baseball talk. Love the Hard90 challenge for players. Especially right now while everyone is quarantined and a lot of kids aren’t doing anything. Love the mental challenge too. A lot of coaches and players don’t talk about this stuff.