Change Your Practice Mentality And Stop Underperforming On Game Day

Coach Daryl Weber spoke with Dr. Patrick Cohn, the president and founder of Peak Performance Sports (Windermere, Florida). Dr. Patrick J. Cohn teaches mental skills and sports psychology techniques to athletes, teams, and corporate professionals to help improve performance.  The conversation about improving performance centered around athletes who are perfectionists. Perfection… meaning improvement, betterment, refinement… Many … Read more

Confidence, Mental Toughness & Mindfulness With Dr. Caroline Silby

Recently I spoke with Dr. Caroline Silby, Ph.D., who is a sought after expert on the development of young female athletes. She has appeared on numerous television programs including Oprah Winfrey, CNN, ABC-Wide World of Sports, and Oxygen Television. Dr. Silby is an author, adjunct Faculty member at American University and has worked on an … Read more

Positive Reinforcement & Communication With Joey Myers

Recently, I spoke with Joey Myers, the founder of the Hitting Performance Lab. He played 4 years of Division-1 baseball at Fresno State from 2000-2003. He’s a member of the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA), the International Youth and Conditioning Association (IYCA), and the Society for American Baseball Research (SABR). He also works with the … Read more

Learning Through Loss With Sam Weinman

It’s a given… When you play a sport, at some point you will win, and at some point you will lose.  While winning is a great feeling, it’s often hard for kids to experience The Loss.  Yet, learning out to navigate a loss is a necessary life lesson. Recently, I invited author, Sam Weinman, who … Read more

Sports Specialization & Culture Change With Mike Kuchar

Recently, Coach Daryl Weber spoke with Mike Kuchar, co-founder and senior manager of X and O Labs.  Mike has coached football for 17 years and recently joined the staff at North Plainfield High School in New Jersey as the defensive coordinator. He and the coaching staff are attempting to turn around the program. The first … Read more