Express House Of Victory

Express House Of Victory

5.0 (2)
1 hire on
7 employees
6 years in business

About this pro

We are a full academic and athletic training facility that operates in a fully equipped 11,000 SF building.  Our instructors can do small and large groups or individuals.  We can also provide nutritional class along with sports specific speed and agility classes.  Our staff of instructors have worked with beginners through current professionals in baseball and softball.  Our website is

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Houston, TX 77066
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2 Reviews


  • Alexandria Hodge

    Robert is amazing to work with. Robert has been extremely helpful, patient and excudes great professionalism with my daughter and her baseball team members. He is excellent with explaining to the kids the basic fundamentals and examining their strengths and weaknesses. After going to one session with Robert, my daughter improved greatly in her ability to execute what she had been taught and build her confidence. I highly recommend Express House of Victory to any one.

  • Michelle Dowdy

    coach Rob is great and makes learning for an 8 year old fun.


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


 1. Assess current skills and abilities through simple testing of the client.

 2. Assess desired results, goals and willingness to work

 3. Establish baseline 


  1. Create training plan (by phase)

  2. Set achieveable goals with client(s)

  3. Establish timelines based on client(s) schedule and availability


  1. Begin with development of Mechanics

  2. Progress into development of Performance

  3. End with the culmination of Mechanics & Performance for maximizing Overall Skill & Abilities


  1. Periodically reasses to ensure programs and development is in line with established goals and desired results.


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

I have been coaching baseball players from 5 through 28 for more than 20 years both internationally and domestically.  I played baseball since I was 5 years old and have competed internationally and nationally since 1988.  I have ran the WC Express program since 2009 where we have helped more than 500 young men not only get into but graduate from college.

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

Yes we do

Non-Members Individual Lessons - 30 min sessions --- $50/half hour

Members Inidividual Lessons - 30 min sessions --- $40/half hour 

Non-Member Individual Lessons - 60 min session --- $80/hour

Members Individual Lessons - 60 min session --- $65/half hour

Non-Members Group Lessons --- $125 / Hr or $225 / 2-hr 

Members Group Lessons --- $100 / Hr or $180 / 2-Hr

How did you get started teaching?

Every since my grandfather taught me, I have worked with teammates and youth sharing my experience.  I officially started doing lessons in 1993 while serving and the local youth program and teams needed help. I began volunteering.  Ever since, I have been coaching, mentoring, and instructing youth, high school, college, and young adults in the game and in life.

What types of students have you worked with?

I have worked with many teams ages between 5 and 14.  I also have provided assistance to local coaches on pitching and hitting.  I also have worked with current professionals that are in MiLB and Independent baseball.  My largest group is high school and collegiate prospects.

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

In 2015, I took 24 collegiate players from small D1, D2 and D3 Juco's and went 47-7 that included winning the 2015 AABC Stan Musial World Series which most teams were made up fo former MiLB and MLB professionals.  We were outsided, out experienced and not as powerful.  The players from that team have now gone on and won awards such as Regional MVP in Juco, Player of the Year, Pitcher of the Year, 1st team All Conference and All-American.  The best part 100% of these young men are on path to graduate in time.

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

Look for a person you connect with.  Most coaches out there are knowledgable and capable.  However, for your best results find one that you feel you can talk and exchange ideas with.  No coach knows 100% of everything for everybody, but if you can have input, and the coach listens, you may be able to do things beyond both of your expectations.

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

What is my goals in the game?

What do I expect, if I can dedicate ___% of my time to this?

Is the teacher/instructor challenging me?