Monthly Archives: January 2012

Jan 27

Congrats To Conner Cox

By Dan Blewett | Pitching

I want to give a shout out to Conner Cox, one of my athletes who has recently committed to play Varsity Golf at Parkland College in Champaign IL. Conner is a talented athlete in two sports, baseball and golf, who has diligently worked over the two years I’ve had him. It’s always great to see […]

Jan 21

Off To LA; Stay Busy

By Dan Blewett | Pitching

I’m flying out to Southern California tomorrow for a small mental training camp held by Alan Jaeger. I’m pretty excited about it, and should have lots of good information to pass on. But, until then, I’m going to share an amazing little youtube gem. It’s a satire of Doc Ellis’ LSD No-Hitter. You gotta go […]

Jan 14

Theoretical Maximum Arm Speed

By Dan Blewett | Pitching

We throw the 2oz JUGS lite flights to give us an idea of theoretical near-maximum arm twitch speed, the theoretical near-max of how fast your arm can go. A true theoretical max would use no weight at all, but 2oz comes reasonably close. This is measured on flat ground with no competitive adrenaline, so theoretical […]

Jan 05

Strength Complexes For Fat Loss

By Dan Blewett | Pitching

What’s the best training method for fat loss? Without a doubt, it’s complex and circuit training. In the following video you can watch myself, Max and Daryn perform a dumbbell complex for 2 repetitions or so. A complex is a workout composed of many exercises that flow together performed one right after another. In the […]