Ahead Of The Curve with Jonathan Gelnar

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8: Rob Friedman AKA The Pitching Ninja- Pitching Coach, Paideia HS (GA)

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Most of the time when i put stuff out I'm trying to solve a problem. I'm trying to show that there isn't one way to get it done.
 
The key to coaching in general is to be honest and have an objective view. I just shut up and watch. Then ill make suggestions.
 
My first step is to help them be more explosive. Mostly its about being an athlete. Just because you're standing on a pile of dirt, doesn't mean you have to throw different than you would at shortstop. 
 
I treat every single pitcher as an individual. I have a toolbox of ideas, but I don't have a set way of teaching mechanics.
 
One of the reasons i put everyone out on twitter is because i'm curious and I want to show that there are a bunch of people that throw a lot of different ways.
 
I like the idea of being the person that nobody wants to throw with.
 
When you start measuring stuff it brings out competition in everyone. The competitive drive will cause everyone to improve.
 
Resources
Driveline
Ben Brewster
Lantz Wheeler
Rapsodo
Texas Baseball Ranch
 
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7: Travis Hergert- Head Coach, North Iowa Area Community College

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You want to get kids ultra competitive? Throw a radar gun up and watch them go crazy
 
If you're going to be a NIACC Trojan, you've got to earn it. There wont be anything handed to you.
 
Our guys make goals and standards. Then we print it off and we tape it to every single locker so they see it every single day. Now they see those goals and standards everyday and they hold each other accountable 
 
We want to teach our guys about servant leadership. It's not about you all of the time. So using our popularity as a platform in our community in order to create some good 
 
The World Series' and the championships and the wins are all a byproduct of what our beliefs are. We have to do things better, we have to work smarter and we have to develop a culture of development that is built around the player 
 
Resources
Rapsodo
Motus sleeve
Driveline 
Brian Cain 
Randy Sullivan
Austin Wasserman
Dallas Baptist University 
Minnesota volleyball 
 
Contact Info
 
Twitter 
 
Website
 

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