Zach Brandon is the mental skills coordinator for the Arizona Diamondbacks, where he helps baseball’s best players reach their maximum potential. Zach’s approach to developing a strong mind, body and spirit is as applicable to life as it is on the diamond.
Dr. Doug Chadwick is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point where he was a standout football player on Army’s nationally ranked team. He is currently the head of mental performance for the Colorado Rockies. In this podcast we talk about MPM strategies from combat and baseball that you can apply directly to your life.
Zach Sorensen is a former Major League Baseball Player with the Cleveland Indians and Los Angeles Angels. The 3x All-American at Wichita State has worked as a mental performance coach with the Texas Rangers and is currently serving in that capacity with the Atlanta Braves.
Kris Goodman is a mental performance coach in the Tampa Bay Rays organization. Goodman was a stand out player at The University of Iowa where I had the privilege of working with him as the team’s mental performance consultant. “Goody” would go on to be selected by the Miami Marlins in the 2015 MLB draft. After his professional career, he went on to receive his masters in applied sport psychology at Minnesota State, Mankato. In this podcast, “Goody” shares how he has parlayed his mental performance experiences as a player into his passion and now his profession.
Keith Conlon is a business leader who first honed his mental performance skills on the baseball field, while playing at TCU and professionally. As President of Allie Beth Allman & Associates in Dallas, Texas he’s helped lead the Real Estate firm to record sales that surpassed over $2 billion in 2018 and again in 2020. Conlon, recently named named one of Dallas’ the Top 20 Under 40 professionals is a mental performance mastery (MPM) certified coach, husband, father of two and bring a unique perspective to mental performance having used his training for success both on the ball field and in the board room.
Before you can expect your players to develop command of their pitches, you need to take this first step. I recently started working with a high school baseball player who reminded me of the importance of this critical first step as a coach. Letting your players know WHY. Why is this an important drill? Why…
In episode #3 – The Art of Coaching, Cain & Casey do an in depth breakdown of “The Art of Coaching” an HBO Documentary about Nick Saban and Bill Belichick.
In 2017, Cole Winn’s Jr. year of HS at Silver Creek High School in Longmont, Colorado, he was 9–0 with a 0.73 ERA with 95 strikeouts in 47 2⁄3 innings, and hit .388 with two home runs and 19 RBIs, earning himself the title of Colorado’s Gatorade Baseball Player of the Year. He moved to California for his Sr. year and attended Lutheran High School of Orange County in Orange, California. That year he was 8–2 on the mound with a 0.20 ERA and was named California’s Gatorade Baseball Player of the Year and Baseball America’s High School Player of the Year. Winn was selected 15th overall by the Texas Rangers in the 2018 MLB draft…
The secrets of success are hidden in the routines of our daily lives and in episode #2 Cain and Casey breakdown the routines that helped Casey become a lifetime .300 hitter in Major League Baseball and the routines that they both keep in their personal and professional lives as a mental performance coach and as an analyst with the MLB Network.
In episode #1, Winning The Mental Game Cain and Casey are joined with TX Rangers middle infielder Nick Solak, one of the World’s most respected vision performance coaches Dr. Ryan Harrison of @SlowTheGameDown and one of the top D1 college baseball head coaches, University of Incarnate Word head baseball coach, Ryan Shotzberger who was a former TCU and University of Houston assistant coach. In this podcast Cain, Casey, Shotz, Harry and Sloak do a deep dive into all things mental game of baseball, routine, process, coaching the mental game and competing one pitch at a time
Dr. Barry Davis is the head baseball coach at Rider University where he has led the Broncos to two conference tournament championships, two regular season championships and has qualified for nine conference tournaments including 8 of the last 12 years. A member of the elite 900-wins in college baseball coaching club, six of his players have gone on to be selected in the Major League Baseball draft. A leader with a true growth mindset, Dr. Davis also holds a Master’s degree in Education and a Ph D. in Sports Leadership
Coaching through COVID presents new challenges for coaches and athletes. But with those challenges are unique opportunities to thrive. In this video, I walk you through how I’ve helped thousands of youth, high school, college and professional coaches and athletes use this time to invest in themselves and continue to develop the elite mindset, habits…