Why You Want to Subscribe to My FREE Newsletter

newsletter I am happy to introduce the addition of a newsletter to this website.  What is the difference between reading my website and subscribing to my newsletter?  Why would you want to subscribe to my newsletter?    Let me explain.

I have been very pleased with the direction of this website and the feedback I have received within our professions.  Many blogs and websites have frequent updates, sometimes even several a day.  I do not want to increase the frequency of postings on this site because I fear that they will become diluted.  I enjoy letting everyone get a chance to read my posts and comment and discuss among each other.  I like the idea of posing questions and receiving comments from all my readers.

However, I still enjoy my “Plays of the Week” posts and other quick and informative notes about other topics or information I am reading on other websites.  If I were to post on everything I wanted to share, it would be difficult for you as a reader to truly find the educational articles on this site and participate in any discussions.

Hence the development of a newsletter.  I hesitate to call it a “weekly” newsletter as I likely will send one out about 2 times a month.

Benefits of Subscribing to my FREE Newsletter

  • Additional quick clinical commentaries and pearls not found on this website
  • Links to other great information and videos around the web.  The newsletter will now officially replace the very popular “Plays of the Week” posts.
  • Answers to reader questions.  I am looking forward to this one.  Realistically, I receive A LOT of emails from this website and I do my best to answer them.  I have found that there are many questions that all my readers would like benefit from hearing.
  • Recaps of some of the great discussions on this website
  • Special offers, contests, and promotions from myself and AdvancedCEU.com
  • And more things to come!

Best of all, the newsletter is free.  And trust me, I hate spam too, you will not be bombarded with spam and your email will not be shared.


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  3. Don Ervin
    Don Ervin says:

    Your information on these very important and informative subjects should be in every coaches and all others repertoire who deal with aspiring pitchers, amateur and professional, it is a shame that they are not, Why people will listen to poorly baseball educated, old conventional minded thinking teachers/instructors and parents etc is beyond me instead of listening to the scientific research experts who know the inner and outer workings/functions of the body, especially the pitchers body, how the pitchers body in movement from the rubber to it’s release point should function/operate in difference as to how it does naturally function/operate, As I have been told, I am not going to be told by a Dr. how to pitch/throw a ball, What does he/a Dr. know about pitching? Base ball people are stuck in their own little world of opinionated, narrow mindedness, afraid to step out of their old conventional box way of thinking and virtually every aspiring pitcher out there amateur and professional are suffering from this mass inhibition of people who are reluctant/afraid to listen to the best of the best experts on human body movement and adjust accordingly.
    Keep the great informational messages coming there are still a few of us who realize it’s importance to the pitching community in sending the proper messages and instruction to our aspiring pitchers.
    Great BaseBall-N
    Don Ervin
    [email protected]

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