Hey there ! Are you looking to better your mind and your game at the same time ? Give me a call, I'm your guy. I have been participating competively in sports my entire life. From baseball and basketball to disc golf and strength training, I emphasis the necessity to master the fundamentals as we steer you towards your goals.
I love helping guys perfect their swing. What would you say your strengths are, at the plate. And what would you like to get better at?
A little about me: I'm genuine in all facets of my life. It's how I was raised and it is how I will raise my children. I am co founder/owner of a wood baseball bat company here in SF and after our second year in the MLB, we gear up for year three in 2020.
I enjoy helping people feel something every time they walk into the box.
I enjoy being able to bring out the fun side of baseball, while still preaching the importance of hard work. You work hard and you play hard.
I enjoy watching the eyes of players as they continue to improve. It is all about consistency.
Teo worked with me to fix the hole in my swing. We did one hand work to help my top hand hammer the baseball. He makes the daily grind of hitting more enjoyable.
First I like to make sure I know what the student is looking to work on by hiring me. I can then come up with drills to help them accomplish their goal.
I have been playing baseball competitively my whole life. I finished playing collegiately for four years in 2015. I currently am co-owner of a local wood baseball bat company. We rigorously test the models to make sure they stand up to our specifications
I do not. Pricing depends on the length of the lessons as well as how much work needs to be done.
I have always been teaching guys proper mechanical swings even when I was playing. I started giving lessons in my spare time after I finished playing.
I have worked with players from the little leagues to college levels. I learn a lot from hitting with Big Leagues guys and implement it into the lesson plans for my guys.
I was on the front cover of the SF Chronicle on New Year's Eve. That was a fun way to end the year on a high note.
I'd advise them to find someone who will push them towards their goals while continually using their tools to make them better.
What do they expect to gain from extra work outside of practice?
Areas they would like to get better at?
How far they are willing to travel for a lesson?
How many lessons a week?