Youth Weekend Baseball Camp

$199.00

More than a pitching lesson or hitting lesson, this weekend camp teaches baseball skills, good training habits and functional strength in a fun environment.

 

  • -Hitting Routine: make consistent hard contact and developing a hitting approach that works for each hitter.
  • -Arm Care Routine: improve soft tissue quality and developing efficient, fatigue-resistant arms.
  • -Strength Program: build a solid foundation of mobility, strength and athleticism.
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Description

Youth baseball players need 3 things:

  • -Learn good fundamental movements
  • -Learn good habits
  • -Have fun

 

Driveline Baseball’s Player Development Camps achieve all 3 in a world-class training environment used by multiple MLB teams and hundreds of collegiate and professional baseball players.

 

More than just a pitching lesson or hitting lesson, this 1-day program is designed to assess your young athlete and teach them the foundational skills to improve, whether that is through becoming stronger, improving posture or mobility, or improving hitting or throwing mechanics.

 

 

Fundamental Movements

 

Being a good baseball player means being a good athlete. For young players, learning to hit and throw has a lot more to do with learning how to become a better athlete than it does executing a series of precise “mechanics”.

 

To move well, physical strength is often overlooked. Many youth coaches seek to apply a “mechanics” fix to a problem of coordination and strength.

 

Our player development system relies on integrated strength and skill instruction. Both are important from a young age.

 

Good Habits

 

Warm-up to throw. Spend time recovering after you train or play. Have an approach at the plate, every time.

 

Every day kids hear these pieces of advice. And every day, they are ignored or half-heartedly executed.

 

Training at Driveline, the impact that your warm-up and recovery have on your performance is evident.

 

Everything is tracked. You cannot hide from yourself. And young players can learn responsibility.

 

 

Have Fun

 

We aren’t going to skimp on the fun. A young man with Major League dreams still has to like the game when he is 17 years old.

 

The training is designed to be engaging. We don’t overcue athletes–rather they learn how to move well through a series of challenges and drills specifically designed to help them intuit the flaws in their movements.

 

 

Class Details

When:
1 Day Camp:
December 23rd (8am-12pm)
January 6th (8am-12pm)
January 20th (8am-12pm)
February 3rd (8am-12pm)
February 17th (8am-12pm)

 

Where: Driveline Baseball’s Facility in Kent, Washington

 

Who: 9U – 15U Baseball Players.

 

 

How does it work?

 

Driveline Staff will introduce the athletes to similar throwing and hitting programming that we use for our college and professional athletes training in our facility.  They are also taught critical strength, mobility, throwing, and hitting drills to improve any physical or mechanical deficiencies.

 

 

Take-home programs will be made available and additional equipment will be available to purchase at a significant discount. 

Class features:

  • -Hitting Routine: make consistent hard contact and developing a hitting approach that works for each hitter.
  • -Strength Program: build a solid foundation of mobility, strength and athleticism.
  • -Arm Care Routine: improve soft tissue quality and developing efficient, fatigue-resistant arms.

Additional information

Date of Camp

December 9 (8a-12p), December 23 (8a-12p), January 6 (8a-12p), January 20 (8a-12p), February 3 (8a-12p), February 17 (8a-12p)