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Spring Training: Little League

SPRING TRAINING 2015

We offer this 8 week program during the winter and spring seasons. The first session will run from January to the end of February. Second session will start the beginning of March and end the last week in April.
During the 8 weeks, we focus on the total development of the hitter and pitcher by incorporating the advantage of training with and learning from this area’s top professional instructors. Hitting skills will be through a one of a kind circuit training system. Students will be guided through the stations in groups of 2 or 3 according to age or ability. The stations will include batting machines, soft toss machines, and “live arm” batting practice. Video analysis will also be incorporated.

BASEBALL/SOFTBALL HITTING GROUPS:  SPRING TIMES AND DAYS

DAY START DATE CLASS TIME
Monday March 9nd, 2015  6pm-7pm  CLOSED /  7-8pm CLOSED
Tuesday March 10th, 2015  6pm-7pm  CLOSED /  7-8pm  CLOSED
Wednesday March 11th, 2015  6pm-7pm CLOSED  /  7pm-8pm CLOSED
Thursday March 12th, 2015 7pm-8pm  CLOSED
 Friday  March 13th 2015  6-7pm CLOSED
 Saturday  March 14th 2015  10-11am  CLOSED/  11-12pm  5 SPOTS LEFT  /  3-4pm CLOSED

 

 BASEBALL PITCHING GROUPS:
DAY START DATE CLASS TIME
Monday March 9th, 2015 7-8pm  CLOSED
Tuesday March 10th, 2015 7-8pm  3 SPOTS LEFT
Wednesday March 11th, 2015 7-8pm  3 SPOTS LEFT
Thursday March 12th, 2015 7-8pm
Friday March 13th, 2015 7pm-8pm 
Saturday March 14th, 2015  10-11am  4 SPOTS LEFT  /  11-12pm

Each class is $195 per student
 
 

Testimonials

Leo took our son from a average Babe Ruth player to the next level of power hitting and playing. He made him feel like he could do it.
But the most important thing he has instilled in our son is competitive drive and confidence in playing the game. Along with mechanics comes strong communication on strength training, nutrition, healing soreness and most important what his attitude should be on the field. Great advice like DWAB – don’t waste an at bat. And as my husband has said “he went from a whiffer to wacker with Leo.”

Kathy Tryon-Sowards