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It is very important that players keep their mechanics and fundamentals tuned up throughout the season. Players work hard in the off-season on building their throwing, pitching, hitting, and fielding mechanics, and once the season begins it is a must that players make the time to stay sharp. Don't let you mechanics and fundamentals deteriorate or revert back to the way they were at the beginning of the off-season. Instead, stick with your training and continue developing and building on the solid foundation you built with your instructor over the fall and winter months. This will insure that your progression continues on the right track, and keep you clear of any mid-season mechanical breakdowns. IF YOU ARE NOT CONSTANTLY IMPROVING, OTHERS ARE PASSING YOU BY!
We are excited to announce Cameron Berra as our new strength and conditioning coach!
Programs, pricing and other info coming soon!!
Practice factory will be holding a catchers clinic on Saturday, March 16th from 12om - 2pm. It will be run by former college catcher Greg Robinson, who has been teaching this specialized art for many years. It is the perfect way for players ages 6 - 14, to improve on their skills behind the plate. The camp will focus on receiving, blocking, throwing, calling pitches, as well as other aspects of the position. Spots will be limited, so sign up in advance!!
Our professional instructors work with students on building and fine-tuning proper and efficient pitching mechanics, by implementing drills and techniques designed to improve young pitchers' control, velocity, and command. Along with focusing on the mechanical aspects of pitching, our instructors place a significant emphasis on mound composure, pitching intelligently and efficiently, as well as learning to exploit hitters' weaknesses.
Our hitting instructors believe that elite hitters not only strive to develop and repeat solid mechanics, but also intently focus on hitting approach, vision, and timing. At the Practice Factory, our instructors work with students on all aspects of hitting, by means of tee-work, soft toss and front toss drills, and live hitting situations.
One of the most overlooked and under-appreciated skills in amateur and professional baseball; fielding, is a part of the game our instructors love to teach. Students will be taught how to approach the ball, whether on the ground or in the air in the infield or outfield. Many do not understand the importance of proper footwork and ball-handling skills, and our instructors do an excellent job of teaching fielders the most efficient way possible to field his/her positions.