Celebrate, then read E. Paul Zehr’s description of why playing baseball well is so challenging.
Baseball—America’s pastime now exported around the globe—combines explosive, powerful movements with extremely accurate fine motor coordination. Playing baseball effectively requires your nervous system to do an awful lot of things, do them well, and do them quickly.
The two quotes above capture this pretty well. A lot of what happens in baseball is pretty challenging for us to do. It’s difficult to do, hard to do right. And your brain has to do a lot of calculations all the while you are consciously aware of only the smallest amount of all that is going on.
Follow the link for the quotes to which he refers, as well as the rest of the post.