Brian has been an influential coach in the San Fernando valley for 20 years. He has been succesfful as a coach/ trainer with a huge follwing of dedicated clients that have reached high levels of competiuton.
He has a special program that breaks down the mechanics for his students to comprehend allowing for imediate results and self correction. He has passion for his clients and the game.
He has helped run local leagues, travel ball clubs and coached at the High school varsity level.
I love the work I do because I get to help athletes develop amd have success not just at their sport but in life . I try to become a mentor to my students . That's the real goal when we are able to reach inside them amd help them become great athletes and humans
Brian Rowe has given my son Jake several batting lessons and we have seen tremendous improvement. Brian is a wealth of information on all aspects of baseball, but it is his rapport with kids that is so impressive. He has a terrific demeanor with young athletes. We feel lucky to have found him.
We have been taking lessons with Brian for over a year. We could not give him a higher recommendation! He has changed my son's swing and helped his confidence at the plate. He has also begun to work with my younger son and he is really improving. Both boys can't wait for "lesson days with Coach Brian"
I will evaluate a players ability to hit , field, pitch or their conditioning My goal is to find whats comfortable to that player but get the results from the mechanics we need to build a core
I played ball at a high level as well as been in the industry coaching and training for the last 20 years. I have been able to help athleyes reach high levels of success by undertsanding what it is like to be that player and transfer my knowledge to players and parents alike.
Lessons are $75 an hour . I also can charge a monthly rate where the student can come in a month as much as they want .
I started teaching when my two oldest kids were young and in the game . Before that I just had been a player. My two oldest are playing college baseball now and I have a daughter who playes Varsity softball as well as younger boy following in the footsteps of his siblings .
I have worked with a wide vareity of students . All the way from 6 years old to college players.
I recently last summer had the oportunity to coach a group of special 8 year old biys that I put together for a travel team. And we had alot of success winning tournaments and the state championship. I am very fond of that group. That is one of many fond memeories of players but this was the most recent.
The advice I would give is finding the instructor that can relate best with their student. An instructor who cares about each student and has a passion for what they do amd teach.
Students should communicate with their instructors about how the process feels all the way from being comfortbale to the confidence they carry. An istructors job is to relate to that student to help them reach their goals on and off the field