Calculus Baseball: A Guide to Engineering Baseball Intelligence Youth through High School
by M.A. Stevens
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Calculus Baseball is a story, based on the quest for baseball knowledge that leads to advantage, while revealing the secrets to youth, high school and next level baseball success.
The books chapters and words methodically guide the parent, player, and coach through the players development years. Reading this book, in itself, is like introducing a baseball multiplier and a baseball accelerator to your player's baseball development process.
The average U.S. family spends $3,167 per year, per child, on youth sports, and nearly 20% of U.S. families spend more than $12,000 per year, per child on youth sports, that is a whopping total of $30,000 to $120,000 per child on youth sports over a ten-year period.
Only 2% of U.S. families will ever see a return on their youth and high school baseball investment, and 98% will not.
The insights gained by reading Calculus Baseball may save a parent thousands of dollars, eliminate wasted time, and help leverage the families sports budget to improve the chances for a return on investment.
Developing and growing the player's baseball intelligence is a process and is not a contest to see who accumulates the most wins, trophies and awards.
In the United States approximately 500,000 six-year-old's begin the baseball development process every year.
Only 1 of 5 six-year-old baseball players will play high school varsity baseball, that is a 20% chance for success.
Only 1 of 50 six-year-old baseball players will play college baseball, that is a 2% chance for success.
Only 1 of 133 six-year-old baseball players will play professional baseball, that is a 0.3% chance for success.
Calculus Baseball began as an idea that grew into a mindset designed to improve the baseball players chances for future success. This simple, but powerful idea has a profound effect to the baseball player's future baseball outcome.
Genre: Sports & Outdoors
Length: 186 Pages (5,364 KB)Lending: EnabledAdded: Oct 13th, 2019