Everything Fastpitch Podcast Interviews CEO and Co-Founder, Steve Goody

Everything Fastpitch Podcast Interviews CEO and Co-Founder, Steve Goody

June 25, 2020

Pocket Radar co-founder and CEO, Steve Goody, visits with Coach Tory Acheson and Coach Don McKinlay of the Everything Fastpitch podcast series. In the episode, they discuss Pocket Radar's Bring Your Training Home Initiative, and how the technology can be used in the recruiting process as well as how it can be used in the development of hitters and pitchers of all ages.
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Quarantine progress: 83 - 90 MPH Exit Velo, with Levi Allison

Quarantine progress: 83 - 90 MPH Exit Velo, with Levi Allison

June 15, 2020

"The Smart Coach Radar App System has helped me with work on specific areas of my performance that need improvement. The radar gives me immediate feedback on my hitting and throwing to compare velo and form to make timely adjustments. It also allows me to view my progress overtime to make sure I am forming good habits."
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The journey to make history, with Lillian Martineau

The journey to make history, with Lillian Martineau

June 12, 2020

"After just five swings I was able to understand my swing better than ever before, and you can not only make progress, but track it. It also makes practicing with my friends fun and competitive at the same time. My practice partners & I can't get enough of the pocket radar. As a competitive athlete, I'm always looking for something to give me an edge and pocket radar has helped me with that."

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Smart Coach App System Review, with Tracy Ybarra (Free Agents Baseball Club)

Smart Coach App System Review, with Tracy Ybarra (Free Agents Baseball Club)

June 09, 2020

I have had the luxury of using the Smart Coach Radar App System for the past year and a half. It has been a wonderful tool in tracking my players throwing velo from the outfield, infield, and pitching positions. It's also very good for tracking exit velo. I use it at home in my backyard with my sons Evan who will be going into fifth grade and Kaleb who will be playing in his second year of college.
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Progress over the years, with Addison Tyler

Progress over the years, with Addison Tyler

June 08, 2020

Addison has been working with Pocket Radar products since she was 8 years old and has found that the instant feedback has been a excellent tool during her growth in the game. She has found holding herself accountable for her numbers as a personal challenge. Always looking to “do better” or “achieve more”. She looks back at her progress over time and knows with commitment those numbers should increase.
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Hitting PR's in Canada, with Gabriel Figeys

Hitting PR's in Canada, with Gabriel Figeys

June 05, 2020

"I now have an accurate representation of my progress, it is extremely motivating to see the number on the radar go up and realize your training is paying off. It can be stressful to head into a new training camp without knowing how much you can throw, the pocket radar has allowed me to head into the next season confident and ready to take on the field."
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Baseball Father, Carlos Gonzalez, reviews the Smart Coach Radar App System

Baseball Father, Carlos Gonzalez, reviews the Smart Coach Radar App System

June 04, 2020

"Love the Smart Coach Pocket Radar!! We have been using the Video/Radar option to improve Pitching Mechanics = Pitching Velo. The video is a great tool to show kids the Velo Results based off proper Mechanics. We use the same format to increase Exit Velo with video/radar info in Batting Mechanics. Kids see instant feedback, instead of just hearing about it, they can actually see that coaches instructions equal better results."
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FUTRSPRT Podcast, Hosted by Bram Weinstein, Interviews CEO Steve Goody

FUTRSPRT Podcast, Hosted by Bram Weinstein, Interviews CEO Steve Goody

May 08, 2020

Pocket Radar co-founder and CEO, Steve Goody, visits with Bram Weinstein of the FUTRSPRT podcast series.  In the episode, they discuss Pocket Radar's Bring Your Training Home Initiative, and how amateur athletes can get an edge using the Smart Coach App System while their teams are prevented from practicing together.
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Baseball and Business Podcast Interviews Brand Manager, Tyler Scaturro

Baseball and Business Podcast Interviews Brand Manager, Tyler Scaturro

May 07, 2020

Brand Manager, Tyler Scaturro, was recently featured on episode 35 of the Baseball and Business Podcast.  Titled, "Working Up Within a Start-Up," Tyler speaks with host Luke Melms about how he began his business career working for Pocket Radar in the early startup days 8 years ago and how he’s developed into a key player that has made it the established company it is today.
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St. Louis Sports Dispatch:

St. Louis Sports Dispatch: "Baseball's future is now. Welcome to virtual spring training"

March 31, 2020

CEO, Steve Goody, was recently interviewed by Derrick Goold, of the St. Louis Post Dispatch.  Titled, "Baseball's future is now. Welcome to virtual spring training," the article features interviews with pro players and highlights what players and coaches can be doing to train efficiently at home.
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To Our Families & Coaches: Bring Your Training Home

To Our Families & Coaches: Bring Your Training Home

March 20, 2020 5 Comments

Our new Bring Your Training Home initiative will provide education and resources to help families and individuals remotely train, develop and be seen at home with video analysis tools. The Smart Coach App System, with its unique ability to automatically capture videos with embedded velocities, allows you to continue to work remotely with your coaches and participate in recruiting/scouting activities. Immediate video and velocity feedback, while training on your own at home, has been shown to result in an accelerated improvement of skills.
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Signing Pro Contracts, with Pocket Radar and

Signing Pro Contracts, with Pocket Radar and "FlatGround"

February 24, 2020

I see Pocket Radar’s technology as an integral tool for both development and exposure,” says Friedman. “The more you measure your throws while training, the better you can determine what’s working and what isn’t. It’s a great way to judge mechanical tweaks, as well as making sure you’re throwing with the proper effort. For recruiting and exposure, it’s a must have. If you’re not supplying measurables, you may as well not waste your time in creating a video. The slickest video, without measurables, is useless.”
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