East Valley Pitching

East Valley Pitching

5.0 (3)
2 hires on Lessons.com
1 employee
6 years in business

About this pro

The East Valley Pitching Strategy is based off the scientific work done by the National Pitching Association and the American Sports Medicine Institute. Orthopedic Doctors, Sport Scientists, and many other specialist make up the NPA’s governing body. To include, Tom House, Drew Brees, Nolan Ryan, Randy Johnson and Orel Hershiser. Their goal is to assist baseball in minimizing the “I can see it” conventional wisdom of pitching instruction and provide a framework based on the Biomechanical movements of the human body.

Working with our youth and emparting what I've learned to them and watching them progress and become better players.

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Credentials

Chandler, AZ 85249
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3 Reviews

5.0

  • Casey Heydt

    He is amazing and taught me so much

  • Patirica Martin

    I am so grateful to have found someone who takes the time to teach my kiddos, my kids love him and have improved so much since we started. I love that he takes his time with the boys and really cares on improving their skills.

  • Ismael robles

    Communication with me and my son



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FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Get to know them. Do Visual evaluation. I like to see them play catch...see how they throw naturally first before instructing. I run through excercises like flexing, resistance bands. 


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Certified with the National Pitching Association.


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

60 minutes sessions


How did you get started teaching?

My son Lucas, began playing baseball at a very young age, like most kids just starting out, he was excited to play and wanted to learn. As we played with teams, we relied on the coaches to teach and develop Lucas’s baseball skills.  Then, at around 9, he said he wanted to pitch and like most dad's, I was pretty jazzed. Relying on our coaches (some ex MLB/Minor League players), we found very subjective instruction and in many cases, lack of any guidance when it came to pitching instruction and healthy mechanics.


What types of students have you worked with?

As young as 7 to college aged. 


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

What do you want to accomplish? What are your goals?  Are toy dedicated to the work it will require to improve? 


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