By Justin Willman
Today I am going to share with you some of the secrets that have helped myself (a former pro baseball player) as well as many other athletes and players develop their skills and achieve baseball success. The first thing that you need to do is constantly strive to surpass yourself. You don't need to compare yourself with your favorite player or even a player on your team. You just need to worry about always beating yourself and making yourself better. Some athletes are bigger, faster, and stronger than others. Maybe you can't be the leader in sprints or the tallest player on the team, but every athlete can do one thing: HUSTLE. Always work hard and improve every day.
The next tip I have for you is to practice hard. Everyone's heard the old saying, ''Practice makes perfect.'' This is not true at all. If you practice horribly and screw around, do you really think you will play to your maximum potential in the game? The truth is you probably won't. The saying should be, ''Perfect practice makes perfect.'' Always work hard in practice and develop your skills!
The third and final tip that will help you achieve baseball success is to be yourself and develop your own style. Everyone has a favorite player or hero that they look up to, but the worst thing that you can do is try to imitate them. Every person on the planet is unique and everyone has their own way of doing things. If it feels comfortable to do exactly the opposite of what your favorite player does, go for it! Develop your own style and that will help you a ton! Well I hope you've enjoyed these tips. Now go grab your glove, lace up your cleats, and play ball!
Justin Willman is a former pro baseball player, having helped hundreds of people to easy success. He's recently developed an e-book showing you a step by step process for making your baseball goals easier to achieve. To learn how to become a better hitter and maximize your athletic potential, visit, http://www.DynamiteHitting.com
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