9490 Blue Grass Rd, Philadelphia, PA 19114
I provide help to young kids & teenagers who are passionate about baseball and are seeking to develop their abilities as a pitcher. As for my experience, I’ve played at the highest level of collegiate baseball (NCAA Div 1) for 4 years at La Salle University. My goal is to help teach kids the proper way of throwing and developing their bodies to avoid injuries. As a left handed pitcher for La Salle University I was recognized by D1baseball.com (link below) as one of the Atlantic 10 Top 10 MLB prospects for the 2016 MLB Draft. In addition, I was voted as the New England Collegiate Baseball League (NECBL summer league) All-star game fan vote in the summer of 2016. I have extensive knowledge and experience on the necessary requirements to succeed at the collegiate level (NCAA Div. 1) and would love to pass on some of the knowledge to help kids develop their potential.
I'm very passionate about this sport, and playing it is pretty much all I've been doing my entire life. I know how hard it is to find some good & affordable help now a days and that the main reason I want to help kids.
You definitely get everything you are looking for with this athlete! He has over 12 years of experience in the baseball world. The Puerto Rico native has brought what he has learned from his coaches in Puerto Rico as well as in the U.S in order to create a program that promises success! If you are looking to improve your baseball skill you found the right person!
Have a conversation withthe kid and establish that coach and player bond and talk about what he wants to get out of this training session. Afterwards, I'll analyze his strength and weaknesses as an atlhete and come up with a plan to address what he really needs.
I've been playoing basebal for over 18 years and I have 3+ years of experience coaching kinds from ages 11-15.
1/2 Hr. Personal training $35
1 Hr. personal training $60
-Speed/ coordination drills
-Bullpen/ Flat ground
-Arm care program
-Medicine ball program
I have a 15 year old brother who follows in my footsteps so I've always tried to teach him how to respect the game the importance of hardwork for as long as I can remember and I enjoy watching him learn and develop as an athlete.