I finally got Garin's full course and am through just 2 disks of 9 dvds. Very powerful stuff. Unusual. Different. But very exciting for me.
We're planning to shoot a baseball video program in October or November. I'll be working with the material myself until then. The application to baseball is huge -- I'm sure that a year from now much of his stuff (of which you just got a whiff) will be a normal part of what I teach.
I'm also now learning the tapping technique you may have seen the Oregon State pitcher doing during the CWS final. Once I have myself to a level of competence and experience I'll introduce you to it.
If you haven't yet, please listen to Garin's interview and DO WHAT HE'S SAYING. Imagine he's talking to you and giving you a lesson. Feel it and then write to me about it.
Just think: maybe 6% of all players that sign with Major League organizations ever make it to the Big Leagues. And what percentage of players that dream of the big leagues even sign pro contracts? Very very very few.
So do you think you can beat the odds by being just like everyone else and doing what they do?
“For me, my ability to fully focus on what I had to do on a daily basis made me the successful player that I was.Sure I had some natural ability, but that only gets you so far.It think I learned how to focus, it wasn’t something I was necessarily born with.I realized early on that if I was going to reach my goal of being one of the best players ever to play the game, I had to do things other players weren’t doing.I had to get my thoughts together.I’ve seen players with as much or more ability as I had but somewhere along the line they lost sight of what they were doing; they just couldn’t keep in tune.”