Wilson Performance, Baseball Lessons

Wilson Performance, Baseball Lessons

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5 years in business

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Ripon, CA 95366
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  • Patrick Carson


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

The first lesson will be more for me to see how the athlete performs along with me finding areas that they can improve on and focus on in future lessons.  Along with talking to the athlete about what areas they would like to focus on whether it be hitting, fielding, footwork, etc. From there we will pick something each lesson to work and focus on so we can target a weak point along with improving their strengths as well. 

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

Studied kinesiology at Arizona State University while playing baseball for the Sun Devils. 

Played Professional baseball in the New York Yankees organization reaching double A level. 8 years professional experience and currently playing for the Canberra Cavalry in the Australian Baseball League. 

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

Hitting Lessons 

Single Lesson (30 minutes) - $45 

Single Lesson (1 hour) - $65

2 Lesson Package (1 hour each) - $120 ($60 each)

2 Lesson Package (30 minutes each) - $80 ($40 each

How did you get started teaching?

In baseball you are always coaching yourself on every part of the game. I had a few of my teammates ask me if I could help them with their swing and I realized I enjoyed coaching the game as well as playing it. From there on I have been playing the game as well as coaching younger players that are excited and have that WANT to be better in the game. 

What types of students have you worked with?

I have worked with young athletes to professional athletes. 

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Make sure you are being taught the basic fundamentals of the game (may sound boring but needed) as well as the mental part of the game. Baseball is a very mental game! 

Also watch out for all the hitting "gurus" that are trying to teach kids crazy things these days. Most drills I see coaches do with young athletes nowadays are useless and don't actually help the athlete. They just look good on video because to someone looking for a coach they will think "that must be the new big thing". Be careful of those! 

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