Hitting Circuits for BASEBALL and SOFTBALL are ran by Coach Tommy and are on Wednesdays from 6-7 pm!
Coach Tommy will be running an hour-long hitting circuit for athletes 8-18 years old. This is for baseball AND softball players! Using a combination of drills, ranging from vision training, balance, legs, upper body, rotation, hands and movement-your athletes will absolutely learn something new after every circuit. Athletes will see front toss or live pitching, at every session and are SURE to add some new drills to their repertoire! Drop off and go- or stay and watch, either way, we would love to see you!
Live Hitting for SOFTBALL is usually Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7-8 pm. These fluctuate, based on which pitchers are available. Make sure you check the schedule for our up-to-date information.
Get back into the swing of things, with some live at-bats, against one of our many, high school pitchers. One of THE most underused, yet MOST important tools in our hitting arsenal, is seeing LIVE pitching. At the Collegiate and Professional levels, live pitching occurs every day! Coach Candrea (University of Arizona and Olympic Softball Coach) firmly believed that the key to team USA's success, as well as Arizona's, was the live pitching his hitters were able to see, every practice. The MOST important tool you develop during live BP is TIMING. No amount of machine work, soft toss, or hitting off the tee, can prepare you for LIVE timing.
Hitting and Fielding Sessions These usually are place on Saturdays. You can enroll in one or both sessions, depending what your training needs are.
What Our Clients Are Saying
"Sam is one of the best, most caring people I know and she has changed my life in many ways. She never wants anything except the best for her players. Being on her team changed my life. I fell back in love with the sport that I was starting to hated. She showed me that I could complete on any level and contact college coaches on my behalf. I am a member of the Chapman University softball team and cannot wait for the season to begin. Thanks Sam for everything that you have done for me." -Samantha Tong, Chapman University