Luke Collins Hitting Lessons

Luke Collins Hitting Lessons

5.0 (5)
4 hires on
7 years in business

About this pro

Instead of teaching all hitters to swing the exact same way I utilize the OnBaseU movement screening with my clients to understand how their body works. I then utilize video analysis to identify swing flaws and determine if they are mechanical issues or if their movement deficiencies are the cause.

I enjoy seeing my players develop. Each player has their own individual needs and getting them to their potential takes an individualized process

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Naperville, IL 60565
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5 Reviews


  • Claudia Maldonado

    Both my 10 and 14 year old received hitting lessons from Luke. He was easy to schedule with, and provided great instruction and feedback. Both boys benefitted from their time with him. Luke was also very friendly and kept both boys interest. We highly recommend him.

  • Jonelle Fedinec

    He is extremely knowledgeable and is great with my son!

  • Marggi Thordson

    Very impressed that Luke performed individualized flexibility testing on my grandson before any lesson - and gave him ‘homework’ to improve lower back flexibility & strengthen his core. He has depth of knowledge displayed In motor skills, physics assessments. Luke communicates well & explains the ‘why’, creates a ‘plan’ that is individualized for the youth’s body capability. He introduced key batting tips that could be put to use immediately. Most importantly, grandson really likes him. I see a great coach/ student relationship budding

  • Dan Panaraj

    Coach Luke is amazing! My oldest son, 8 years old, is determined to work on his baseball skills so he can be ready for next season. A friend introduced us to Luke so we thought to give hitting lessons a chance. I was worried that my kid wouldn’t be into baseball since it’s technically “off-season” but after one lesson with Coach there was no looking back. Luke’s approach was patient, encouraging, and effective. My son really took on to him. As a rookie baseball parent I didn’t know what to expect but to see my son so engaged was a blessing. The drills and explanations on “why” things are done a certain way were just the right balance. After one lesson you could see the improvement. We are now a few lessons in and every week my son continues to improve. I think the sign of a good coach isn’t always what you see during the one on one instruction, but also what happens when the child goes home. My son now always wants to practice what he has learned. That itself makes me proud. Another indicator of a good coach is what that coach does to improve his knowledge of physical fitness. Last week I received a text from Coach telling me he was recently certified to do mobility screenings and asked if he could extend his lesson with my son to incorporate that into his training. That attention to detail is everything I was looking for to help my kid. My wife and I strongly recommend Coach Luke for any age child that wants to improve their game. Thanks Coach Luke for helping to develop our son!

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

I start each new client off with a movement screening followed by video analysis to identify swing flaws. I then use this information to determine if the client needs to work on their technique or if we need fix how their body moves first.

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

I played 4 years of college and have coached at the high school level the past 5 years. I am a certified personal trainer and certified OnBaseU hitting instructor.

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

$40 per half hour

What types of students have you worked with?

I have worked with students in elementary school all the way up through college. I am also a teacher currently in a high school and started my career in an elementary school so I have a wide range of experience working with kids of all ages

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

Look for someone who takes the time to understand each client and what makes them the hitter they are. Stay clear of cookie cutter approaches to hitting since each individual has their own movement capabilities 

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