Dr. Greg Rose- Co-Founder of Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) and OnBaseU
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In this episode of Ahead of the Curve, I welcome Dr. Greg Rose of OnBaseU and the Titleist Performance Institute. We discuss the OnBaseU philosophy and program for improving the efficiency of baseball swinging and pitching, along with various data-based methods for improving baseball practice regimens. We also discuss the way data is becoming increasingly important baseball as it did in golf, and the possible reasons for the different approaches to data in these sports.
3 Key Points:
- “One-on-one is not better than group; most kids, most adults prefer working out in group.” (35:30) - Dr. Rose
- “Our philosophy is there’s not one way to hit or one way to pitch, but there’s one efficient way for everyone to hit or pitch.” - Dr. Rose (36:05)
- “There are two types of coaches; coaches who have studied how to coach, and coaches who studied how to play.” - Dr. Rose (42:40)
- “Some of the best coaches in the world never played professionally.” - Dr. Rose (44:05)
- “The research is extremely clear that block practice allows somebody to perform better in practice but it doesn’t make them learn like random practice does” - Dr. Rose (46:00)
- “I believe a baseball player is like a Formula 1 car.” - Dr. Rose (49:30)
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