Our Goal... of the academy is to provide the opportunity for youth baseball players to experience and learn the fundamentals of playing competitive baseball while honing their skills in a "No Pressure, Fun Environment", without having a to commit to a single team or an entire season of play. We meet only once a week, thus allowing you to play other sports.
– Coach Mark’s experience..
Coach Mark Przybylak – Owner/DirectorProfessional Hitting Instructor/ Career Coaching Experience
I absolutely love seeing my students walk away after a lesson with a huge smile on their face and a heart full of positive thoughts!
Coach Mark works with my 12 year old son, on hitting. Every aspect of it. Ty has great bat speed and is strong, but hard a hard time with his approach and consistently putting the ball in play. Mark has and continues to help him understand how to improve. Ty has become much more confident, WAY more consistent and most importantly, is learning for himself so he knows what to do when it's time to adjust. Mark is a great coach and a great person. #nobodybetter
I assess their athletic ability first, while explaining my process, answer any questions, and then begin to build them from the ground up.
I own a Bachelor Degree in Sport & Leisure Study from St. Lawrence University. I have also taught Hitting and coached baseball for the past 19 years, from Little League, Travel Baseball thru High School successfully. I have also been mentored by some of MLB's great Hitters such as Reggie Smith, Tony Gwynn, Rod Carew, Mike Schmidt and Mark Maguire.
$50.00 for a 30 minute private session.
I first became involved as a Youth Coach when my oldest son turned 5 years old and entered into his first year of T-Ball. It was then that I saw the need for my ability to step in and help out. I've never looked back ever since.
Ages 6 years old thru College and Professional
It’s got to be having 10 of my former players/students get selected in the Major League Baseball Draft over the past 3 years, as well as so many of my former players receiving College Scholarships to play College Baseball.
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Making sure that you are absolutely sure that you are willing to put in the work once their instructor sets the program for you.