Tom Oldham is an owner of Dynamic Velocity.
We catch up with Tom Oldham, owner Dynamic Velocity, in this episode of the ABCA Podcast. He is an Omaha native, pitched collegiately at Creighton University and was an eighth-round draft pick of the Marlins in 2003. In this episode we cover his core beliefs in players development, habit building, building trust with your athletes by asking questions, challenges of running a facility, and some of his favorite books: Atomic Habits, It Takes What It Takes, The Power of Habit, The Inner Game of Tennis and The Golden Rules. We also dive into Rapscore, which is a new way to grade pitchers using Rapsodo.
Episode 14: College Baseball Recruiting This episode of the Dynamic Velocity podcast is taken from the Baseball Bunch Show where my co-hosts (Jeff Leise / Tyler Goodro) and I are joined by some of the top recruiting coordinators in college baseball to discuss the state of college baseball and how they are staying busy and in contact with their teams and players. On this episode we have: Connor Gandossy – Creighton UniversityJustin Seely – Texas A&MMike Clement – Ole MissKirk Saarloos – TCULance Harvell – University of NebraskaRich Wallace – Notre DameRoland Fanning – Oklahoma StateRich Dorman – Oregon State Follow the Baseball Bunch Show on Twitter at @baseballbunch_ or via YouTube (The Baseball Bunch Show).
Episode 13: The State of College Baseball This episode of the Dynamic Velocity podcast is taken from the Baseball Bunch Show where my co-hosts (Jeff Leise / Tyler Goodro) and I are joined by some of the most influential people in college baseball – Kyle Peterson (ESPN) and Kendall Rogers (D1 Baseball) – to discuss the recent NCAA ruling on player eligibility in light of the coronavirus. To give a player prospective, we invited three college pitchers – Cade Povich (University of Nebraska), Jordan Wicks (Kansas State) and Ryan Obrecht (Wayne State University). Follow the Baseball Bunch Show on Twitter at @baseballbunch_ or via YouTube (The Baseball Bunch Show).
Self-awareness, discipline and caring for your teammates are just a few of the many things we cover in this episode of the PITCHIBILITIES podcast. We are joined by Wichita State University’s pitching coach, Mike Steele, who as a student and a teacher of the game has come to realize the system you create as a coach needs to develop not only players, but people. Mike dives deep into how he connects his older players with the younger players, creates competitive environments in practice and what he looks for when recruiting players to become future Wichita State Shockers. He also shares his advice for aspiring high school players and what really matters and should be focused on at the high school level. You don’t want to miss this episode and make sure you grab a pen and a notebook!
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Episode Count
15
Podcast Count
2
Total Airtime
8 hours, 8 minutes
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