Baseball Consistency

Be Consistent

We are finally to the last day of 21 Days to Building a Better Ballplayer and the final task is one that will not last for only a day.  Your task starting today (and moving forward) is to be consistent.

Day In and Day Out

All the tips, lessons, and instruction you receive will not mean a thing if you are not consistent in your approach.  The most successful ballplayers are the ones who look to get better day in and day out.  They do not make excuses for why they cannot get to the gym for a training session or to the field to work on their defense.  Successful ballplayers know what part of their game needs improvement, and then consistently work to learn and improve.

You will face challenges.  It will not be easy.  You will have days that you don’t feel like picking up the bat and glove.  But, if you recognize that each day is an opportunity to improve, and then attack the day with a purpose and with determination, you will have success.  It’s all about effort and attitude.

Remember, there is the easy way, and then there is the right way.  Develop a game plan, eliminate distractions, and follow through.  Your best season is just around the corner.

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About The Author

Phil Tognetti, CSCS

Phil Tognetti, CSCS, is the founder and editor of The Full Windup. He has written the eBook ARMing for Success which teaches players and coaches how to set up a proper throwing program. You can learn more about him here and connect with him on Facebook and Twitter.