Sunday, October 16, 2011

Ending Season

After you look over your personal charts of what worked (and what didn't) from the current, ending season, we need to check out equipment to see if anything needs replacing before the start of the next season. It's important that you know where you stand with your equipment so that you aren't, as many say, caught with your pants down when the new season begins.

We also need to take a look at a few things like diet and work-out programs. Food-wise, I advise that you make a list for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and all other meals so that you can keep a record of your nutrition intake. Most important of the nutrition info to be recorded are calories, carbohydrates, proteins, and fats, all of which impact your weight, among other things.

What I really want to talk about is training. It's a major part of baseball, so try really hard to to make it to all of your practices, especially if you're a starter (one that starts most games on the field). I cannot stress enough the importance of making it to practice, because even if you don't learn something new, you can still solidify the skills you already know.

Once you are done with all of this, we can go more in-depth on checking equipment, such as what needs repairing and (especially) what needs replacing.


  1. calories, carbohydrates, proteins, and fats... The cornerstone of any nutritious meal...

  2. All very true, and very interesting!

  3. hahaha just one piece of meat is enough !!!!

    haha jk in the end on training and all time it needs specially a lot of work and spirit of oneself but well it helps XD