It takes what it takes. Results vary depending how committed you are to the process. You will get out exactly what you put in. Real change takes time. There are NO shortcuts.
The age that the player decides they want to be in control of their development. Maturity comes at different stages in life.
That said, we typically focus on players twelve years and older.
You will need your baseball equipment and whatever training equipment you have at your disposal.
If you do not have any you will still be able to make huge strides in your progress.
Absolutely! Please do. It is highly suggested that you form a support group of individuals that share your interest in learning how to better yourself in every area of your life.
Yes, for those that are committed to a full transformation mentally and physically the Complete Kaizen Koaching Program is (available here), in addition to the basic program you will receive:
If after 90 days of fully committing to the Kaizen Koaching method you do not see any results you will receive a full refund with no questions asked.
REAL CHANGE = (Good Habits – Bad Habits) + Hard Work x Consistency
"Nick's authenticity and ability to communicate so well allows him to optimize his ability to teach and relate to his students - one of the true measurements of any great relationship."
Facing the world everyday with the right mindset can change our chances of learning everything necessary. At the same time, learning how to create new habits with the right perspective will make our way of interpreting the world change for the better.
Whether you are a player or a coach take charge of your own baseball development and personal growth starting NOW!
In today’s digital world, there are endless numbers of baseball coaches, “hitting gurus,” pitching experts, and mental-toughness programs guaranteeing the quick fix. It is overwhelming to say the least. The hard truth is there is NO QUICK FIX.
How do you sift through all the noise and find some clarity? How do you improve your mechanics, build more muscle, increase your mental toughness, and stay on track to compete at the next level and beyond?
Short answer: Commitment and Accountability. Period.
Learn to quiet the noise by turning down the volume and shutting off the wrong channels.