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How do we learn?

First we learn how to learn, then we learn, then we relearn. If you are not where you want or need to be as a player, we can point you in the right direction. If you want to learn how to be the best at baseball there are a few things you should consider before you start. We all learn differently. Ignore a large percentage of what you hear from almost all of the people you encounter. More than likely, what they have to say is twice chewed food. It is information that falls into the category of “conventional wisdom.” It is the stuff you have heard so often that you accept it to be true. It is every shortcut, fad and gadget available. You encounter people who claim they have many years of experience. Eventually you realize that they have simply been repeating year one for many years. When you find a legitimate, qualified mentor, you will know it. Then you need to listen to everything they have to say. Follow their advice and you will save your precious time and energy. Mastering your process requires you to make sacrifices along the way. Once you're willing to give up the majority of things that rob you of your precious time, you're ready to move forward towards reaching your potential. If you think you already have a process because you selected what you think should work from the "baseball internet buffet", that's not a process. If you are doing the same exact things as your teammates, that's not a process. Here are the keys to understanding and finding a process designed just for you.

First - Find a mentor who specializes in the skills you seek.

You need to find a person who has a tremendous amount of knowledge about what you want to learn. Do not follow the crowd of people who are comfortable doing what they think they HAVE to do. Follow your instinct. Sometimes baseball itself gets in the way. If you are on a team and you do not play, how does that help you get better? You can wait for your turn or decide to make it your turn. It is common sense but it is amazing how many people ignore this advice! Rule out opinions, escape politics, and focus on decades of scientific research. Put yourself in the fast lane by choosing to work with someone who has accomplishments but more important, “credentials”.

Second – Choose someone with not only a ton of experience, choose someone who also knows how to screen, test and assess you personally.

This person probably will have fifteen to twenty years of experience. It takes time to determine the healthiest and best way to maximize player development. You need to work with someone who has seen it all, the good, the bad and the ugly. Most important, they need to know how to instruct. All that knowledge is of no value if not shared properly. We understand that everyone learns differently. Some folks are visual learners. Some are auditory learners or tactile learners. We analyze how you learn best and focus on utilizing the techniques that work best for you. 

Third – Choose A Mentor Who Has Your Best Interest At Heart

Your mentor should have the expertise, experience and passion to teach you how to reach or exceed your goals. Find that somebody and stop asking "everybody" because that is the greatest cause of confusion. Do not become a casualty of too much information. You need a qualified, trustworthy, experienced voice with a proven track record. Once you find that mentor dedicate yourself to passionately pursue your goal.


The staff at All American Baseball Academy meets all the qualifications above. The Academy has a robust program designed to develop rotational athletes. We have an in-house, 3-D motion analysis lab and we understand how to interpret the results. Trained by Dr. Tom House of the NPA (National Pitching Association) we are the beneficiaries of over forty years of scientific research plus a record of accomplishment that includes working with Baseball Hall of Fame inductees, Super Bowl Quarterbacks and PGA Golf Champions.

We are also NESTA (National Exercise and Sports Trainers Association) Certified Biomechanics Specialists. Since 1998, we have placed almost 500 Academy alumni in professional baseball and college playing and coaching careers. That happens because we know how to prepare our players for the future.

Yes we have actual playing and MLB scouting experience.

Our year-round programs are an opportunity to experience the most advanced technology designed to accelerate your development. Take advantage of our seasonal training programs. In the summer we have our In-Season Peak Performance Camps, In the off-season we have our NPA Velocity Training and in the pre-season we have our Quantum Leap Program. In the summer we offer our Peak Performance Program. These programs are your vehicle towards reaching your potential while your competition sleeps all day and plays video games. If you want to become undeniable, you have to take positive steps towards mastering your process. Following the herd may lead you to the slaughter. Contact us to find out more about where to begin your journey- 215-672-7500 or email us at aabastars@gmail.com



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