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  1. Are You Gator Bait? by Randy Sullivan

    When I first moved to Florida in 1993, I met a few good dudes at church who invited me to join them for a round of golf. During physical therapy school, I had become an avid golfer (before kids #2 and 3), so I was happy to go. Somewhere around the 7th tee, I had my first experience with a real live Florida alligator. As I stepped up for my drive, I noticed some movement on the bank of the creek adjacent to the tee box.  Upon further observation, I was surprised to see about a 5 ft long gator laying in the sun. Continue reading →
  2. A New Twist on a Great Idea by Randy Sullivan

    Company Logo     Dominic was hurt. He was just finishing his first college baseball season and he could barely lift his arm. The 5'11" lefty was topping out at 76 mph, and although he's a pretty tough guy, he said that every time he threw a ball it felt like he was being stabbed in the back of his shoulder. He had been to several doctors and had had multiple X-rays, a CT scan and an MRI, but no one could find any reason for his pain. Continue reading →
  3. Is Improper Weight Lifting A Problem? - by Randy Sullivan

    Company Logo Hi, Last week, a young man flew into Tampa to train with us for a few days. I’ll call him Cade. A barrel chested Lefty who, at 6’0” and 210 lbs, Cade clearly excelled in the weight room, He was having pain in the lateral upper arm and forearm. He said he had experienced the same symptoms during every high school outing this year.  Each day, when he started his throwing routine here, he could only manage about 10 throws before succumbing to throbbing/radiating pain and weakness in his left arm. Continue reading →
  4. Always Keep the BIG Picture in Mind - From Flint Wallace

    This past week I had the privilege to watch a professional photographer do a photo shoot at the Texas Baseball Ranch for an upcoming article in Sports Illustrated about Ron and the Ranch. I believe it is to come out in the April 15th issue. So be sure to check it out. It was truly interesting how the photographer had the main picture, or Big picture, that he wanted in his mind, but how much detail he went into to capture the shot he wanted. He had a plan. Continue reading →

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