Please be aware ThrowZone will be closed on Thanksgiving Day and Friday. Please book your Thursday or Friday class earlier in the week so that you may have family time together at the end of next week. Happy Thanksgiving!
If your pitching coach does not video record your pitching lesson, than he is simply catching a bullpen.
Here is another article I recently came across. I want to share this with you because it is a good article on why Velocity is important to College and Pro Baseball Players. Enjoy! Click HERE to read the entire article.
No Way! Each child has a worksheet that we use during class to evaluate strengths and weaknesses. At the end of class the child gets this worksheet and there is even a homework line! We realize this gives value because the child knows what they need to work on until we meet again! …
Here is an article that demonstrates a good reason why throwing development is SO important to the youngest of baseball players. Click on the link below to read the entire article. I have shown you just a clip. Enjoy! http://www.dailynews.com/sports/20131105/dodgers-signal-a-change-in-philosophy Dodgers signal a change in philosophy Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Brian Wilson, center, and …
We are having classes this afternoon and evening.
Enjoy your cake! Tyler R. Fletcher M. Luke L. Brendan K. Jordan K. Grant W. Cody D. Matthew B. Caden O. Aaron H. Jesse P. Zach B.
If your pitching coach does not follow up with a written analysis, than he is simply catching a bullpen.
Well Intentioned Parents Don’t Always Have It Right……Especially Myself! Several weeks ago, I had a phone conversation with a father who was really looking forward to the upcoming baseball season. His son is 12 years old and plays on a travel team during the spring and summer. The player is a decent athlete, has a …
The players are enjoying the class structure! Classes create camaraderie and fun competition amongst each other. There are still a few spots available for November. Contact Coach Wagner for more information.
To celebrate Halloween, I thought I would share the haunted side of baseball. http://www.hauntedbaseball.com/
Here is another article written by Eric Cressey on what research says about long distance running for pitchers. Enjoy! http://www.ericcressey.com