Pro Players & Coaches Endorse this Training Guide
Patrick Arlis, 12 years of Professional Baseball - Marlins, Brewers
"Bear speaks the truth about baseball and life, this book spells it out. He worked for it, lived it, and proved it! If there was one guy hitting with the game on the line you wanted Ryan Bear, you knew he was over prepared. He pushed himself, me, and others to new levels, always wanting more. This book lines it up for the guys that want more out of themselves and their careers!"
Chase Lambin, Minor League Hitting Coach - Texas Rangers
In my 16 years of playing and coaching professionally, no player has gotten more out of their natural ability than Ryan Bear. He epitomizes grit and tenacity. He knows what it takes to be a professional baseball player and shares his knowledge in this book with refreshing honesty and candor. If you are looking for that slight edge, to get over the hump and get into the pro game, this is the book for you.
Steve Gendron, Former Professional Player and Owner of Excel Baseball Academy
Ballplayers gravitate towards other ballplayers no matter what dugout or locker room they are in. Bear was a guy that I went to the first day I met him. After throwing a short hop off his knee cap, I knew we were going to be not only teammates, but friends. We talked training, hitting, nutrition, and dominating the game. We would get together for workouts before spring training to get dialed in. We took pride in lifting daily and being one of the first to the yard. From ripping in the cage before the sun comes up to crushing coffee before a night workout to talking about crushing baseballs a mile, Bear is a great baseball man. My son that can't walk or read yet will read this book!
Ryan Schade, Former Minor League Palyer - Marlins
Bear was one of the best teammates I ever played with. He had an accelerated enthusiasm and passion for the game that was unmatched. Those who questioned his abilities simply fueled his will and determination as he climbed his way into and through the ranks of professional baseball. Bear studied the game and practiced the game striving for nothing short of perfection and dominance. If there was one man you could count on leaving everything he had on the field day in and day out, it was Bear.