How to break out of a slump-4

how to deal with slumps in baseball

In this week’s episode I discuss slumps – when to panic and when not to. We also talk about correcting slumps, re-evaluating our process, practice and routine and how to figure out where the problem lies. Then, I discuss the mental side of baseball and how too much conscious thought can ruin a good hitter or pitcher.

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Dan Blewett is a former pro pitcher who overcame Tommy John surgery twice, earning All-Star selections after both of them. He owns Warbird Training Academy in Normal, Illinois and has dedicated his life to helping young ballplayers stay healthy, avoid his mistakes and increase their baseball IQ faster than they could on their own. 



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