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Making Sense of Baseball Vision Training with Dr Peter Fadde

Play Ball Kid Baseball Development Podcast

Baseball players need to understand how to see the ball in order to hit the ball. We discuss how to train those skills for best results with Dr Peter Fadde from GameSense Sports.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/playballkid/message

20mins

11 Mar 2022

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Episode #9; Interview with Peter Fadde and Olivia Brown

Naturalistic Decision Making

Show Description: Peter Fadde is professor and director of the Learning Systems Design and Technology (LSDT) graduate program at Southern Illinois University. Olivia Brown is a Research Associate at the University of Bath, School of Management. Where to find Peter: Accelerating the Acquisition of Intuitive Decision-Making through Expertise-Based Training (XBT) Instructional Design for Accelerated Macrocognitive Expertise in the Baseball Workplace TEDx talk "Frugal Engineering in Baseball and Beyond" Association for Applied Sport Psychology: Virtual Conference on Technology in Applied Sport Psychology Practice Where to find Olivia: University of Bath Teamwork in extreme environments: identifying challenges and generating solutions CREST Research Learn more about NDM: NaturalisticDecisionMaking.org Journal of Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making Where to find hosts Brian Moon and Laura Militello: Brian’s website Brian’s LinkedIn Brian’s Twitter Laura’s website Laura’s LinkedIn Laura’s Twitter Timestamps: “Extreme team” research premise [2:30] Forming expedition teams for team research [4:45] Team research data and observations [6:15] Prepping research participants on how to share their data [9:05] Peter describes the background of his award-winning research in expertise-based training [10:10] Explaining the video occlusion method [21:30] How good are experts at articulating their expertise? [27:00] Debate between immersive experience training vs. targeted skill training [31:00] How Olivia got into Naturalistic Decision Making [33:00] Justifying NDM’s unconventional research methods [35:10] Advice for those looking to conduct similar NDM studies [36:00] Olivia's background in extreme environments and what drew her to “extreme team” research [38:15] What "extreme team" research can teach us about how people work together generally [40:45] Applying sports-based NDM research to real life [42:15] Peter compares STEM training to sports training [46:45] None of us are immune, and maybe de-stigmatizing racism will lead more people to confront it in ourselves [53:15] "If both of you could instantly become an expert in something, what would it be?" [56:30]

59mins

21 Jun 2020

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Episode 158 with Dr. Peter Fadde of Gamesense and Matt Borgschulte of the Minnesota Twins

ABCA Podcast

Dr. Peter Fadde is the Co-Founder and Chief Science Officer of Gamesense and Matt Borgschulte is minor league hitting coach for the Minnesota Twins. We discuss the free month of April that Gamesense is offering to coaches, pitch recognition drills that coaches can use to develop their hitters, and protocols for the Gamesense App. Borgschulte goes into the tips he uses to help hitters develop and both Fadde and Borgschulte give us resources (books, podcasts) that will help coaches differentiate between training and competition.

51mins

15 Apr 2020

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Pitch Recognition with Dr. Peter Fadde - 104

Patrick Jones Baseball

In an era where mechanics is highly sought after, pitch recognition can take a back seat. In this episode I welcome on Dr. Peter Fadde. Dr. Fadde is a professor of learning design and technology at Southern Illinois University. He is also the co-founder and chief science officer of Gamesense Sports. We go over different ways to improve pitch recognition, how Dr. Fadde got started in baseball, and how MLB teams could incorporate this in the future. blastmotion.com Code: pjb25 for $25 offgamesensesports.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

37mins

19 Feb 2019

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Recapping the Dr. Peter Fadde Conversation

The Baseball Awakening Podcast

Recapping the Dr. Peter Fadde Conversation Welcome to The Baseball Awakening Podcast where we dive into the raw, unfiltered, unsexy side of player development.  Summary: On this episode, Host, Geoff Rottmayer, recaps his conversation with Dr. Peter Fadde of Game Sense Sport and author of ebook The 6th Tool - Training Pitch Recognition. The biggest takeaways that he discussed in this show are: The importance of vision training in baseball.  The eye-brain connection.  One needs to be taught how to see baseball.  Tracking is important but is natural instinct but picking up ball must be trained.  The video occlusion and its brilliant app.  Building a mental database.  Picking, spin, color, or shape cues to recognize pitches. Solution if you cannot afford the software app.   and much more.  Website: www.baseballawakening.com Facebook: Baseball Awakening Podcast Twitter: Baseball Awakening Podcast Instagram: The Baseball Awakening Podcast Email Address: geoff@baseballawakening.com

18mins

12 Feb 2019

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The 6th Tool - Pitch Recognition with Dr. Peter Fadde

The Baseball Awakening Podcast

The 6th Tool - Pitch Recognition with Dr. Peter Fadde Welcome to The Baseball Awakening Podcast, where we dive into the raw, unfiltered, unsexy side of player development. Guest Bio: Dr. Peter Fadde, founder of Game Sense Sports Pitch Recognition Software and author of the ebook The 6th Tool - Pitch Recognition.    Summary: On this episode, Host Geoff Rottmayer sits down with Dr. Peter Fadde of Game Sense Sports Software. We discussed his software games sense sports app and pitch recognition.    Show Notes: In this conversation Dr. Fadde talks about: How is the fascination with pitch recognition started? The thought process he had when he was going through this process.   How we do not train kids to properly see the ball. Recognizing shapes, color, the spin of baseball.  It takes time to build mental data based on pitches. What big leaguers are doing that we should be doing.  It only takes 5 minutes to train and make a part of your routine.  The Game Sense Sports Software and its objective. How important the first third window of picking the ball up is.  The decision making process in picking baseball up early.  Eliminating pitches to improve the odds of recognition.  The role practice has and building the mental database.  and much more.  Website: www.baseballawakening.com Facebook: Baseball Awakening Podcast Twitter: Baseball Awakening Podcast Instagram: The Baseball Awakening Podcast Email Address: geoff@baseballawakening.com

52mins

11 Feb 2019

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YBE 109: From Good To Great: Improving Pitch Recognition with Peter Fadde

The Youth Baseball Edge Podcast with Rob Tong: Coaching | Drills | Strategy

Can pitch recognition skills separate the good batters from the great batters? Can pitch recognition training help overcome some common hitting flaws? Peter Fadde, author of "The Sixth Tool: Training Baseball Pitch Recognition", explores this and other topics related to pitch recognition. Plus Justin Stone of elitebaseball.tv answers the Question Of The Week about what is the best hitting aid for youth baseball.  Please let us (and others) know how you feel about the show by giving us an honest review & rating on iTunes!

43mins

19 Oct 2018

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Peter Fadde - Optimizing The Brain Through Visual Tools

The Robby Row Show Baseball Podcast

In episode 38 of The Robby Row Show I sit down with Doctor Peter Fadde who is a professor and director of the Learning Systems Design and Technology (LSDT) graduate program at Southern Illinois University. Peter and I met in May of this year when he came and gave a presentation on Pitch Recognition to the Southern Illinois Miners baseball team which I was apart of at the beginning of the year. I immediately told myself that I would eventually get Peter on the podcast because some of the stuff he was talking about is the stuff I totally geek out on. * Flow State* GameSense* Body/Mind Awareness* Expertise Based Training* System 1 and System 2 Training* Prefrontal Cortex Training* Stress Responders Limit Performance* Visualization * Optimizing Overall Performance Listen in as Peter and I totally geek out on some of the tools that we as athletes can utilize to help us become a better performer. Links talked about in this episode:http://peterfadde.comhttps://www.gamesensesports.comhttps://twitter.com/DrFaddeYouTube Videos:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XlxJG4u2flUBooks:6th Tool eBook: https://amzn.to/2CI6JurPlaymakers Advantage: https://amzn.to/2CJ4ruNMental Side of Baseball: https://amzn.to/2yk3jdsSponsorship:Thank you to Pocket Radar for sponsoring this podcast. If you are interested in checking them out please visit https://www.pocketradar.com as well as https://amzn.to/2CJ6LlA if you’re a fan of amazon and interested in purchasing.If you enjoyed this podcast, and my lovely voice, I would highly appreciate it if you left a good review on whichever platform you are listening to it on. That goes a long way in growing my audience so more n more people can benefit from the information my guests and I are putting out there! Thank you!Robby Rowland (Host)IG - instagram.com/robbyrow12/Website - www.therobbyrowshow.comtwitter - twitter.com/robbyrow_12/

1hr 7mins

15 Oct 2018

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YBE 108: Intro To Pitch Recognition with Peter Fadde

The Youth Baseball Edge Podcast with Rob Tong: Coaching | Drills | Strategy

What is "pitch recognition"? How is it different from "vision training"? How do you recognize pitches anyway? Peter Fadde, author of "The Sixth Tool: Training Baseball Pitch Recognition", shares his thoughts. Please let us (and others) know how you feel about the show by giving us an honest review & rating on iTunes!

36mins

5 Oct 2018

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26D – Interview with Peter Fadde, SIU, Sports Training and VR

The Perception & Action Podcast

A discussion with Peter Fadde from Southern Illinois University. We touch on several topics related to training including perception-action coupling, part vs whole training and sport specificity. We also do a deep dive into VR use in sports, attempting to tackle the question: how real does virtual reality need to be?   More information about my guest: http://peterfadde.com/ http://ehs.siu.edu/ci/faculty-staff/faculty-all/fadde.php https://twitter.com/DrFadde More information: http://perceptionaction.com/ My Research Gate Page (pdfs of my articles) My ASU Web page Podcast Facebook page (videos, pics, etc) Twitter: @Shakeywaits Email: robgray@asu.edu Credits: The Flamin' Groovies - Shake Some Action Lo Fi is Hi Fi - I’m on a Talk Show Mark Lanegan - Saint Louis Elegy via freemusicarchive.org

36mins

5 May 2016