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Clinics and Camps
Elite Pitcher’s Boot Camp “We would like to thank you for all the work you put in to make this camp happen for these boys! It was outstanding! We’ve been wanting to send Kyle to this event in Texas, but have not been able to. Thank you so much for finding a way to bring these coaches to Santa Clarita! Kyle learned so much. Thanks to you, Jim, Kyle was already using many of these techniques to better himself and keep his arm/back, etc. protected. There was still more for him to learn. He has been applying his warm-up techniques and stretches and has a different mental outlook on the importance of staying physically conditioned. There was a lot of great information and my husband was happy that you allowed him to stay and learn, as well. This helps him assist Kyle when they work together as he knows what to look for in his posture, release, etc. Thank you Jim, Coach Strom, and Coach Wolforth for bringing such a great educational camp to our boys! We look forward to the next time this camp comes to town so Kyle can participate again.”
Classes and Private Lessons Jim Wagner is an impact coach — someone who tangibly improved my son’s game. Jim refined the quality of his pitches, taught him drills that enhanced his repeatability and used astute video analysis to help Conor recognize areas of his delivery that needed improvement, which, in turn, helped Conor’s ability to self-correct on the mound. Jim’s insights also elevated the critical mental aspect of Conor’s game. In his quiet, smart and thoughtful way, Jim is one of those rare coaches that makes a true difference.
- Carlton Cuse,father of Conor Cuse (9-1, 1.95 ERA) starting pitcher for Harvard Westlake, the #1 high school baseball team in the USA 2013. Conor pitches at Stanford University.
Classes and Private Lessons “Even though Cade’s leg was hurting and Coach Randy was down and out because it looked like Cade was not going to be able to pitch, we got to the bottom of the 6th inning holding onto 1 run lead. Randy asked Cade if he could get the batter out for him. Cade’s eyes lit up and said “Yes, let me pitch to him”.
Anyways, Cade kind of limped out to the mound, took a few warm-up pitches and faced the batter.
Four pitches later, all fast and at the plate, he jumped off the mound with his first save!
It was unbelieveable, four great, hard, accurate pitches and the game was over. Coach Randy called Cade the Closer. He asked Cade if he was nervous. Cade said, “Not really. I just planned on throwing strikes!”
Was an exciting night for a proud mom and dad, too. Jim, thanks and keep up the good work. We appreciate the
confidence you are building. It will always mean more than his ability to pitch. Thanks!”
Mike, Amy and the boys
Elite Pitcher’s Boot Camp “I enjoyed the entire camp but specifically I really enjoyed the video analysis and the hip mobility circuit. I highly recommend coming to the boot camp because the instructors really do know what they are talking about and I got way more then I expected to get out of it”
Classes and Private Lessons We just got word that Aaron was named the 2013 Trinity League Pitcher of the Year and 1st Team All Orange County. Without you working with Aaron after his injury, he would not be where he is today. The arm strength and conditioning along with core strength program you use at your facility is by far the best in Southern California. I want to thank you for everything and would recommend you to players of all ages from Little league to the Big leagues
-Brad Cross (Grandfather of Aaron Cross, Mater Dei HS Class of 2013)
Aaron pitches at Brigham Young University