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Hitting Slumps, Pitching Slumps: Announcing A Simple Cure

Over the years, I have counseled many baseball players who compete at a high level. They call me, their parents call and their coaches call me  when they are struggling at the plate or on the mound. There are many mental techniques, tools and strategies to solve both pitching slumps and hitting slumps. Interestingly, for […]

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Matt Harvey’s Pitching Slump: Can It Be Fixed?

Matt Harvey is off to a bad start for a pitcher with his stuff and his talent. This kind of “pitching slump” is not uncommon for baseball players at all levels. When pitchers can’t throw strikes, the ball feels uncomfortable in their hand.  Their legs don’t feel right and the strike zone seems very small […]

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Sports Psychology For Baseball Players: How To Break A Hitting Slump And Pitching Slump In 90 Minutes

Over the years, I have counseled many baseball players. These have included major league players, college players, Division I baseball players and youngsters. I have also counseled many softball players. The issues they come to see me about most often are: hitting slumps, pitching slumps, conflicts with teammates or coaches, conflicts with parents or spouses, […]

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Baseball Tips: How To Break Slumps And Throw Strikes

I will be offering a free seminar for hitters and pitchers in my offices next Monday night.  This seminar is based on two of my products: 101 Ways To Break A Hitting Slump With Sport Psychology And Self-Hypnosis and How To Throw More Strikes With Sport Psychology And Self-Hypnosis. For details go to www.StayInTheZone.com, email […]

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