Clinics and Camps

Fall 2019 Training Program

This fall while many of the soccer and football athletes are in season, it’s a great time for our spring sport athletes to develop their strength base while improving their movement.

We coordinate our baseball training programs with Coach Chad Martin of The Pitching Performance Lab to help throwing athletes become better movers, improve their strength and power, and ultimately perform better on the field. Chad and I collaborate weekly to discuss particular needs of the athletes. During the off-season, we recommend training at least twice per week, and three times per week is optimal. High school baseball tryouts are in mid-February which allows for approximately six months of strength training prior to tryouts.

Athletes who train consistently tend to be have higher throwing velocity, faster sprint times, and be more resilient during their season. They nearly always report that their bodies feel better and that they move more easily. We will also coordinate with high school coaching staffs to develop and manage an in-season lifting plan which will maintain strength, speed, and power. Additionally, we can help monitor athlete readiness which is especially beneficial for understanding and managing pitching staffs.

Where to start

Every athlete begins the process with a movement screening to help identify any main areas of focus while creating the athlete’s plan. Athletes train in a small group setting and will progress at their own pace, while still enjoying the competitive nature of training with other athletes.

Cost is $65 per month for 2 sessions per week and $99 per month for 3 sessions per week.

Winter Throwing & Lifting Program

Our Winter Throwing & Lifting Program of 2019 will begin the full integration of Watts Performance Systems and the Pitching Performance Lab as it pertains to our throwing athletes. Chad and I have been developing this plan for many months and we will continue to seek ways to provide our throwing athletes with the best possible training resources and outcomes.

We still encourage athletes to train up to three times per week during the winter months depending on their overall stress loads and phase of development. Our focus will shift to moving loads faster and faster as the season draws near.

Where to start

Every athlete begins the process with a movement screening to help identify any main areas of focus while creating the athlete’s plan. Athletes train in a small group setting and will progress at their own pace, while still enjoying the competitive nature of training with other athletes.

Cost is $65 per month for 2 sessions per week and $99 per month for 3 sessions per week.