For the 11th year in a row, renowned Texas Baseball Ranch founder and owner Coach Ron Wolforth will be in Southern California for a one night only, 3-hour coaching clinic on Thursday, September 23rd. Hosted by and held at Throwzone Academy in Santa Clarita, CA from 5:30pm to 8:30pm, we have a tremendous evening planned for you!
Coach Wolforth comes to Southern California only once a year and his presentation is only offered at Throwzone Academy! This is a very special opportunity to learn from one of the best pitching development coaches and greatest baseball minds in the U.S.
Coach Wolforth’s presentation will include live demonstrations and a detailed PowerPoint presentation along with pitching videos and analysis of today’s top MLB pitchers. Plus, guests will be able to participate in a Q&A session with Coach Wolforth and some of Coach Wagner’s pitchers. This clinic will present the latest in innovative training and show you how to implement these new protocols into your programs and teams.
The Coaches Clinic is open to all high school, college, and travel ball coaches as well as any parent interested in learning more about keeping their child’s throwing arm healthy.
Safety protocols will be in place for the evening. Throwzone Academy will be completely cleaned and disinfected that morning. You may wear a mask during the presentation, and we will have masks available if needed.
Here is the list of coaches speaking throughout the evening:
*Ron Wolforth: Coach Wolforth’s topic will be about connection.
*Jonathan Massey: Recovery and its importance after outings and bullpens.
*Tyler Tompson: The Baseball Ranch algorithm on dealing with various degrees of arm disconnect, and when, where, and how to integrate the athlete back into the normal throwing program.
*Garrett Wolforth (Catcher for the Cincinnati Reds): Arm Care Isn’t Just for Pitchers – How to make your throwing tool an asset in your ascension.
Jim Wagner (Owner/Director of Player Training of Throwzone Academy): How to integrate all your tools into your program’s throwing protocols.
Last year, this clinic was attended by professional, collegiate, high school, and youth coaches from all over Southern California. Space is limited to 20 participants. The cost to attend this special evening is $74 per person, and payment can be made via Venmo, Zelle, check or credit card. The evening will include a light dinner of sandwiches, chips, drinks, and dessert.
We look forward to seeing you there!