Movement Principles

There are common truths and principles that should be the building blocks of any philosophy, program or system that considers physical development or rehabilitation. See if you agree with me on these statements . ....

Sinister, Occam’s Razor, and 2018

Last year, I suggested this approach to planning out your training for the upcoming year. Now at the start of 2018, that idea along with a couple philosophies are guiding my own plan for...

When Can Kids Start Lifting Weights?

Maybe you’ve been following a barbell training program for a while now. Maybe you do your workouts in a garage gym at home, and your curious kids have been hanging out with you while...

Time Goes By: The Top Ten PCC Blogs of 2017

What is time? Are our lives just a series of randomly occurring events? Or perhaps our experiences are inter-connected by some odd, invisible thread. Who knows? Maybe any “timeline” at all is purely a...

When Pitching Goes Poorly: 5 Strategies for Righting the Ship

Pitchers can struggle for a number of different reasons, whether it's command, velocity, "stuff," or actual pain/soreness. Historically, when players run into these tough patches, they've been conditioned to look to their mechanics first...

Challenge Coordination, Deal With Frustration

Over the years, I’ve written numerous articles related to hand-eye coordination training. As stated before, such work is beneficial to athletes from all sports. More recently, I’ve also discussed how coordination training can be...

Outdoor Sledgehammer Training

I recently posted a short video of me swinging a sledgehammer outside against a half-buried tire. Following that post, I received several questions about the set-up. Some wanted to know why I bothered burying...

Discipline Over Motivation

If you are familiar with this blog, you have likely seen me write about motivation and discipline. One of the more popular articles that I’ve written in recent years focused on how motivation was...

Video: Why Injuries are Highest Early in the Baseball Season

I recently posted on Instagram in reference to how Major League Baseball Injuries are highest during spring training and early in the regular season. Surely, some of this has to do with the fact...

Good Things Take Time

I’ve recently begun to add some brief training discussions to my Instagram page. Instagram allows a maximum of 60 seconds per video so it’s a perfect platform for a quick message that’s easy to...

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