very nice, very professional, very good with my grand son. i'm coming back again and again . got more than just talk, worked great hitting , throwing and pitching. R J Smyth
The first lesson is a chance for me to talk to the player about instructors they might have used in the past and about what type of player they are. I will usually film them hitting from tee or throwing from mound and make some suggestions to see how coachable they are. I try to connect and make the lesson fun so they want to practice throughout the week before seeing me again for another lesson.
I have done lessons for the past 10 years and have certifications to coach in Ohio
Yes I charge $50/half hour lesson.
I have worked with kids from age 7 to professional players.
An event I think highly of is when a former player that I worked with made the phone call to me that he was just drafted and signed a professional contract.
Find someone that your player can connect with and that you are comfortable with. That player should be knowledgeable both physically and mentally. He should be able to build confidence and get the best out of your player.
Just think about what type of player you want to be and how much time and effort you are willing to put in. Baseball is a tough skills game and a lot of practice is required. My lesson is only an hour and if you are not putting time and effort into your skills outside of the lesson you will not be able to make the improvements that you might want to.