I teach hitters how to maximize their momentum in an effort to maximize distance and velocity. I utilize self teaching drills with additional video analysis and simulation through HitTrax.
2-time all-american at The Univeristy of Central Missouri ('00,'01).
2-time regional tournament MVP.
Top 10 in UCM history for batting avgerage and homeruns.
I enjoy working with athletes and talking the game of baseball. Baseball is a sport that never ceases to amaze and there are always new things to learn. You never stay the same as an athlete. You are either getting better or getting worse, but never the same.
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The 1st lesson involves some discussion centering on hitting philosophy and the two most important factors to being a consistent hitter (timing and pitch selection). Then we start with basic drilss and go from there.
I have been playing baseball for over 30 years, including 5 years of college baseball (UCM). I have been instructing athletes for over 10 years.
Lessons are $50/30 minute session
Packages are 5/$200 and 10/$400
Bring a buddy program - $60/hr
I have always observed the game of baseball, even from a young age. I come from a family of educators so I have always been a bit of a teacher. After my playing career was over, I wanted to find a way that I could give back to the community and teaching kids the finer points about baseball was a way that I could give back.
I have worked will all types of students from pre-school age to college athletes.
I have been working with a hitter for a couple of months now, and it brings a smile to my face everytime a receive a text from his father telling me that his son "smoked" the ball today! I'll never get tired of getting that text.
Choose a teacher that relates well to the student. The best learing takes place when there is a good relationship between teacher and student. Also try to choose an instructor that clearly explains what they are trying to get the hitter to accomplish. If the hitter doesn't understand the instructions, good luck seeing consistent results.
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