This book is bargain priced from 03/30/2014 until 03/31/2020
do you want to know how to make all-stars for your baseball league?
do you feel like the coaches keep passing your child up? Well no more!
want drills and ways to motivate your players to get better?
Coach Andy Collins is going to tell you everything he knows from his 35 years of youth and adult coaching and watching what works and what doesn’t work.
It’s chock-full of ideas in 86 pages.
* How your league chooses all-stars
* What all-star selectors are really looking for
* 7 tried and true methods of getting better at baseball
* But more importantly, little known ways to get the people picking the team to notice you
* And how to beat the “politics” that seem to get in the way
Targeted Age Group: 8 – 14
Book Price: $2.99
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Andy Collins is theInternetHittingcoach.com, affectionately known by his players and students as @CoachAndy and has been coaching kids and adults in baseball and softball for over 35 years.
He is the author of 5 baseball and softball DVDs, an audio CD, is host of a local youth baseball and softball hitting TV show, and gives private lessons and group clinics for players and coaches.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
Year after year kids sit in the stands crying after the all-star teams are announced and they weren’t one of the players that were chosen.
At the same time the students I’ve trained do make these same all-star teams.
It was then I realized I had the information that the kids in the stands and their parents and coaches were looking for.
Wherever there are kids around the world that play youth baseball, there are kids that long to make the league’s all-star team.
Every year it’s the same, kids that desperately want to have their name called out (or see it announced on the list) don’t make it, and a little bit of them is hurting deep inside; and they don’t know why they were not picked.
Little did they know that they could have fairly
accurately predicted their chances almost from day one of when the season started. And if they knew what you’re about the find out, they could improve enough in skill in the eyes of the all-star selectors as to be a better player or even make the all-star team.
The good news is that in this book, there is a way to learn how to make the all-star team for the next upcoming season; and if not then, the following year (if you’re willing to listen and follow the advice I give).