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Marc Dagenais (Marc Dagenais)

Montreal, Canada

About Marc Dagenais:

I am a Softball Peak Performance Coach. I help softball players turn their athletic talent into extraordinary performances and help coaches get more out of their players, turn their struggling team around or get an edge over their opponents.

I have 20 years of softball coaching experience in competitive girls and women's fastpitch softball. I am also a certified strength and conditioning and I have extensive training and experience in the field of sports psychology, nutrition and injury rehabilitation as well.

I run the website http://www.SoftballPerformance .com - a website that provides advice, tools, and resources to softball players, coaches and parents to help them improve their game and reach their full potential.

Visit http://www.SoftballPerformance .com and sign-up for my FREE newsletter filled with tips, tricks and strategies to increase your performance on the softball field.

For more free softball tips and softball drills visit www.softballperformance.com

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Marc Dagenais's Favorite Sports:

Softball

Marc Dagenais's blog is a member of the Women Talk Sports Network:

Softball Performance Blog

We provide softball tips, drills, and advice to players, coaches, and parents on hitting, pitching, coaching, training, and more.

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A few extra MPH makes you more dominant!   Are you ready for Christmas? I'm certainly not. Guess what? I'm guy and i am sometimes at last minute to buy my Xmas gift!  Oh well, at least, I'm assuming it! LOL Today, I'm working out of a nic...[Read on]
Case Study - How She Added 2 MPH to Her Fastball
Wow, I love great news like that. I had to write you about it because It's a great lesson to any young pitcher out there. This morning,&nb...[Read on]
It's Never Just One Thing
Guest post by Ken Krause, Life in the Fastpitch Lane blog I've written on this topic in fastpitch softball before, but with what's been happening in both the MLB playoffs, college football and the NFL the last few weeks it bears repeating. H...[Read on]
Practicing at the Edge of Your Ability
Guest post by Ken Krause, Life in the Fastpitch Lane blog Recently I read Daniel Coyle's Little Book of Talent (LBOT), the companion book to his best seller The Talent Code. Both are worth a read if you're serious about developing players to be the bes...[Read on]
How Focusing on Outcomes Creates Worse Ones
Guest post by Ken Krause, Life in the Fastpitch Lane blog Had an interesting discussion with one of my pitching students today. She played in a tournament over the weekend, and while she had a good overall performance she had some issues with control. ...[Read on]
Youth Softball Coaching - Speed Fastpitch Learning through Super Slow Mo
Guest post by Ken Krause, Life in the Fastpitch Lane blog Fastpitch softball coaches are always looking for new and better ways to teach their players the fundamental skills they need to succeed. There dozens, maybe hundreds of books of drills out ther...[Read on]
Team Chemistry - Getting to Know Each Other
Guest post by Ken Krause, Life in the Fastpitch Lane blog Believe it or not, right now is one of the most important times of the softball season. No, not tryouts. I'm talking about the period after tryouts where players are just starting to get t...[Read on]
Does Loyalty Exist Anymore?
Guest post by Ken Krause, Life in the Fastpitch Lane blog Over the past few days I've been exchanging texts with a few parents and coaches who are going through the tryout process. While we've discussed a number of topics, one theme that seems to keep ...[Read on]
Setting Up Players to Fail
Guest post by Ken Krause, Life in the Fastpitch Lane blog A few years ago, one of my pitching students was in a tough predicament on her team. It was coached by, shall we say, some less than scrupulous parents who were primarily in it to make their dau...[Read on]
Sometimes Softball is More Than a Game
Guest post by Ken Krause, Life in the Fastpitch Lane blog This past Saturday I had a softball junkie's great day. I was able to get out to see all or part of six games where students and/or former players of mine were playing. It was quite an upbeat d...[Read on]