Best Things I've Seen This Summer

So summer ball is over. Or your internship is done. Or you're finally back home from a summer on the road recruiting. Any way you slice it, there's a decent chance you missed a lot. But fret not, because here are the best things I've come across this summer. I’m keeping it simple this time. No write ups. No explanations. Click if you feel intrigued. And enjoy!


A Better Model For Youth Sports?


Sage Advice From Sage Charlie Munger


A Chain As A Whip As In The Kinetic Chain


Driveline Breaking Down Test/Retest


Sam Briend Breaking Down The Pivot Pick

...And The Elbow Spiral


More Skeletons Pitching


A Mesmerizing Physics Demonstration


Bauer and Kikuchi Talk Cambio


Skeleton Swings From Above


The Knuckle-Split


Vitilla: The DR Baseball Game For All


Elbow Spiral Roller Coaster


The Future of Assessing Coaches


How Jell-O Could Speed Up Injury Recovery


4 Synced Arm Path Views


Becoming a Better Writer


There Will Be Weather Tomorrow


More Elbow Spiral Glory


Individualized Swing Decision Analysis


Syncing Arm into Shoulder Rotation


Preparation's Role in Confidence


Leave Stones Unturned


Echo Effect on a Throw


The Mystery of Super Human Strength


Professional Peak and Decline


Some Very Cool Pre/Rehab


A Really Clever Kid


A Glorious Rant on Science


The Decision Journal


Edgar Martinez and Preparation


The Argument For Fewer Flatgrounds


The Mariners Have Been Reading Ray Dalio


A Really Elastic Throw


Barry Bonds and His Favorite Hitting Drill


A Love Letter Nonpareil


Microdosing, Minimal Effective Dose, and What Athletes Really Need


Max Internal Rotation's Impact on Spin Rate


Greg Maddux's Foot Cat


Creating a Flow State Training Environment


Rhythmic Intent


Tempo


The Impact of Muscle Damage on Motor Learning


LeBron Sleeps, and So Should You


The Coach as A Placebo


Make More Mistakes


Bauer Talking Lower Half Mechanics


Prove It's Not Opening Day!


AI Learns to Pitch


The Pythagorean Theorem


VR Preparation For Hitters

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