I love the game. I’ve coached players from little league to semipro. I played in the Little League World Series, won a goal medal in Jr Olympics and drafter 1st year out of college, I know a little about the game but there is always more, with that I'd love to share. I like to record and study theirplayers movement. pinpoint their strengths and focus on improvements. I try to make it fun yet tough. But everyone will walk away being able to apply new skills to their game.
i love the game! I enjoy playing it, coaching, watching, sharing knowledge and seeing people play it right!
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I get to know each client, Find out their level of play. focus on the fundamentals.
Toss, Catch, Run, learn bases, hitting.
Each client will be different, some will require more attention and focus on something such as arm rotation, footing, balance.
We usually start with a conversation then warm up, stretch, arm warm up, fielding, hitting.
I started back in little league to the pros, I've learned from several different sources. Over the years I adjusted to what fits my body best.
I've taught/coached at Baseball School of America, Highschool as well.
Each 1hr lesson $80
Group of hourly $100
Intensive $120 (recording, analysing, breakdown) serious players only.
I got started by having spare time on my off season, so I coached at Baseball School of America. Thats where it began.
I've worked with students from little league to Simi Pro. I've worked with kids who are deciding for the first time if this is a sport they want to invest in, I've worked with Pros who needed to stay in the game.
Im always fond of little league worlds series. I played in it in 1986 for Sarasota. The world series represents the highest level a youth can play. Here is where those striving to be great should be apart of, or atleast league play that can allow you to get there. Set some goals.
Dive in. See if that coach is a fit. Many coaches have many different styles. Some coaches never played many positions. Make sure your coach knows the area that you want training in.
Students should ask coaches if they can help them at the desired positions they wish to learn.
Any question is a good question, be curious about the game.