Coach Caliendo interviews another of his favorite baseball instructional
podcasts, The Cornerstone Coaching Academy Podcast by Kyle Nelson. This is
a podcast I listen to all the time because I learn so much from it. You know
me I love sharing with you all the ways I get better so you can get better,
that just makes the game better. Kyle breaks down each part of the game
extremely well and each episode has some great new ideas. He takes
everything he does and asks Why do we do it this way? Is there a better way?
He researches the game from some of the best coaches in the baseball and
organizes it in a way that it fits his high school program.
Kyle Nelson: Cornerstone Coaching Academy Podcast.
Our guest right here from Illinois, A head high school baseball coach at
Burlington Central High School for 14 years, also teaches Strength and
Conditioning. Started Cornerstone Coaching Academy (online training center
for youth, travel, high school coaches) in 2012 as a blog, then began his
podcast in 2014. Through cornerstone, has helped thousands of coaches
implement modern-day training into the team setting. Also currently the
Vice President and Clinic Director of the Illinois High School Baseball
The top resource for youth, travel and high school baseball coaches. This
podcast will cover a range of topics including coaching philosophy, hitting,
pitching, fielding, conditioning and other topics relevant to coaching
The foundation of your youth sports program.
* Twitter @Coach_KNelson
Sign up for a free membership, check the link below: Will give you a sample of
the chaos hitting drills, variability training drills for pitchers and much
more… all free.
* Decision making in practices.
* Some things you have changed in your practices.
* Batting practices changes you have made to help your players be better in games.
* Developing Chaotic environments in practice.
* Utilizing the Hack Attack machine for spin rate and velocity to help in batting practice. Chart attached to show notes.
* Who pitches batting practices for you and why? Prior to the season, in season.
* What are the things you struggle the most in your practices?
* A book that has made a major impact on your teaching? What has it taught you? Book called the Range by David Epstein, Why Generalist Triumph In A Specialists World.
* What you do with pitchers prior to the season, during the season, especially if not pitching much.
* Caring about a pitchers arm, what type of program have you developed that helps your pitchers.
* Utilizing external cues in practices.
* Analyzing a players abilities and creating a program to help them individually.
* What are some of the things you have been teaching as a team that you changed after further research.
* From all the shows you have had done, what are the some of the best things you learned, what are 3-4 things that are most important to you.
* There are many levels of coaches that listen to the podcast and also in the game, how does a coach understand whether they can apply it with their particular age group.
* How does technology help you be a better coach with your players?
* And More.
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