My mission is to provide affordable, scientific data to players, parents and coaches to better help them get to the next level by utilizing video analysis and bat motion sensor hardware and software technology licensed and endorsed by D1 baseball and softball programs, National Pro Fastpitch and Major League Baseball.
The RightView Pro is a digital system that helps players and coaches analyze video of pitching and hitting. RVP offers baseball and softball athletes an efficient way to improve their game by breaking down mechanics and explanaing how to correct existing problems.
"Nothing replaces hard work, fearlessness, adjustment and attention to detail. After that, we use RVP among other things," said professional athlete and UCLA Assistant Coach Lisa Fernandez.
I enjoy being able to share my love for the game. In a day and age where computers and technology take kids away from the fields of play, I use technolgy to enhance their skills and get them back on the field of play. I want to make a difference and when I do, it brings me great joy.
Coach Dan is great at observing my son, and pointing out problems with his swing, and then coming up with solutions.
Dan is very knowledgeable and knows how to how to squeeze the maximum potential from from a hitter's swing!
Meet and greet with players and parents to understand their experience and expectations and then go through a player warm up, play catch with them, hit some balls off the tee and then identify with a detailed checklist the items that are a priority to work on and to determine effective drills and practice plan. Then use the blast sensor and Right View Pro hardware and software to video the swing, catch or throw to pinpoint efficient metrics and motions compared with the pros.
CPR/First Aid. CIF Fundamentals of Coaching. Concussion in sports. Department of Justice and FBI background check. Positive Coaching Alliance cardholder. 28 years playing experience, 35 years coaching lower level baseball and softball. RVP instructor with 7 years experience. Blast Motion instructor for 2 years.
I"ve been coaching since I was 18. but at that time and some will say now as well, coaching didn't pay well. I started a family and was able to work in Global Logistics, Aerospace, IT and Telecommunications but never gave up my love of baseball and softball coaching my nephews baseball teams and my daughters softball teams as they grew to play in college.
I have worked with beginners all the way to college and Olympic hopeful.
Pinpointing some things that have had immediate fixes on some advanced players and the looks in the young players faces when they make great progress for the first time!
Their are so many good people who want to coach and instruct and they have great experience and education. Depends on what level the student is.
Understand what are their short term goals and then what are their long term goals. That way the teachers will create proper practice plans for the student and all are getting the most from their experience together.