Lu Colón Baseball And Strength Training

Lu Colón Baseball And Strength Training

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About this pro

My focus is helping my athletes reach their goals and I pride myself in the relationships I build as a trainer, mentor and coach.

Seeing my athletes excel and go onto play collegiate sports on scholarship is very rewarding.

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Wayne, NJ 07470
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  • Orestes

    Pros are developed at Player's Edge. They have experienced trainers spanning from years of playing at different levels and coaching players from youth through pro. There's a reason why this organization build teams and athletes that are nationally ranked. Two coaches that standout are Lou Colon and Dan Gilligan. Dan has perfected the art of hitting and during our time with him, he was able to correct my boys' mechanics taking them to the next level in a short period of time. As for Lou, words can not express what he means to the development of our boys. Lou is the total package and our go to guy. Not only is he one of the best fielding coaches in the whole area, but he truly understands how to get the most out of young athletes. He fully invests and truly cares about the betterment of the young players. Helping them become the best athlete and person they can be. With Lou, players learn the professional way to play baseball.

  • Stefanie Hauge

    Lu has a great relationship with my son. The individualized instruction has elevated his play to the next level. I see a real difference in my son's at bats when he is training with Lu. Can't wait to get the little one started as well!!

  • Erynn norton

    He’s a great coach always tries to bring the best out of every player

  • Joshua Spiegel

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

First lesson is an evaluation, I see where the player is at then guide them to proper mechanics so they can get were they need to be for consistent success. I teach through progressions so that each player can get a feel and work up to the steps it take to be successful in this great game of baseball.

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

As a player I played at a high level for many years. I played at a top HS in NY where I was an all city Shortstop. I played for Puerto Rico’s Junior National Team. Played College ball and 2 years of Pro Ball overseas.

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

Lessons are typically 45 mins long and are $70

How did you get started teaching?

After my playing days I decided to make baseball my job, my love and passion for the game runs deep and I wanted to share it with young players that are serious about the game as I was.

What types of students have you worked with?

I’ve been blessed to coach from youth players all the way up to guys currently play Pro baseball. I coach a nationally ranked club team out of our facility, I coach at the top HS program in the Tri State Area, I Coaches 6 years in the California Collegiate League, some of the top college players in the country and blessed to have 52 guys that I have coached playing in various levels of Pro Ball.

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

The most important element is to find a trainer you can connect with, chemistry is everything the best teacher is one not only with knowledge but one who can connect and get on the level of their student to achieve optimal results.