I'm one of the top baseball (& softball) private coaches around all of Los Angeles. I played pro baseball, tons of coaching experience and recently was featured in 2 different articles. Check out my website, and let me know what package you'd like to go with. Bigleaguerbaseball.com
I enjoy helping players get better, seeing the results, and hearing about how well they did in their games. Also, I like to hear that they improved not only on the field, but off the field in the classroom as well.
Coach Daniel was incredible on helping my swing and to improve my connecting with the bat! I would strongly recommend his services.
My expectations for my grandson learning baseball were exceeded by Coach Daniel F -his knowledge of technique and the patience to teach / encourage have paid off greatly -- my grandson has worked hard , gained confidence and had lots of fun - he is a different kid after working with coach Daniel F
We had tried one on one lessons with different coaches in the past, but Daniel is the by far the best one. My son just had the first lesson with him and I'm really impressed by the way he taught my kid, from warm up to any technique. Even thought we live a little far from the training location, I still felt it truly worths.
My son had his first one on one with Coach Daniel yesterday. My son not only enjoyed it, he really learned from the session and will definitely be back for more. Thanks Daniel for instilling confidence in my son, he was tired but wants to go back for more. He had the best experience so far, I know he is only going to get better.
Acess their ability, and skill level then work on developing those areas through my experience, and expertise. I also am a performance coach for football, basketball, and soccer as well. On top of that, I work as a fitness coach specifically for working out, training, exercise, endurance, muscle building, cardio and strength and conditioning.
I played pro baseball, and coached tons, so I have a lot of information, and wisdom to pass on. Many say I'm more then just a coach, and also their mentor.
Yes, typically I need 2 hours to cover everything for the athlete. I can't reveal all my training tips/secrets right now, but the athlete WILL IMPROVE.
I been playing baseball my whole life, and coached during my playing time here and there as well. Now I just focus on coaching basically.
My youngest student was age 4, and oldest age 67. From T-Ball, to H.S., to college, and to pro players. Also from competitive fast pitch softball players, to rec league slow pitch softball players.
I was recently featured in an online magazine, and not too long before (aboit 8 months ago) that, I was featured in the Monrovia Weekly.
Go with someone who is a hands on coach, and has great reviews. Also check their experience, and make sure you know it's going to be fun with the coach as well. Afterall baseball, and softball are just games and not to be taken over serious.
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