But today I’m going to tell you more. In fact, I’m even going to indulge in a bit of bragging – with humility, of course.
17 months ago my son went to Little League tryouts in the area. He showed up wearing a t-shirt, pair of shorts and tennis shoes. In his hands he held a cheap bat and glove.
To put this in perspective, all the other boys at this tryout were fully decked-out like MLB superstars. They wore baseball jerseys, pants and caps. They didn’t just have good bats and gloves – they also had a special bag to carry them in.
Oh, one more thing: They were wearing cleats, not tennis shoes.
In this tryout my son did not make contact with a single pitch when it was his turn to bat.
All but one ground ball went past him into the outfield. And he did not catch a single pop fly.
Fast Forward 17 months:
Frank not only made 1st team All-Stars, but he was the starting pitcher in Games 1 and 4 as well as for the finals (Game 7).
Frank almost pitched a complete game (5.1 innings – 79 pitches) in the District Little League Finals for age 9-10, which we won 12-4.
Frank’s batting average in this All-Star Tourney was .298 with an on-base-percentage of .729.
Now, you may think my son is some sort of genetic freak, and that’s why he’s doing so well.
But to think such a thing would be wrong.
It would ignore the fact that Frank’s father (aka ‘me’) – works with him every day, teaching him Zen breathing techniques, chi kung and Theatre of the Mind help him become successful in any endeavor.
To find out more about what I’ve taught my son, go to Zen Baseball Secrets.
PS. I’m only letting 200 copies of this program go, so if you want to know how to make quick improvement in any endeavor, claim your copy NOW.