Training Starts Now

December 27, 2013 by  

Get Started in our Winter Clinics Today

Every year around the 2nd of January, all the baseball players nationwide begin to practice on their baseball mechanics. This gives them a couple months to work on a few issues they might be having or tune up with where they left off last season.

Even if you are new to the sport or a recreational player, pushing yourself to practice in January through March is a good idea to help you get a head start on everyone else. Don’t wait until the last minute. You need to push yourself if you want to make it to the next level. Most retired baseball players that never made it to the Big Leagues regret not training harder when they were younger. You can never hit, throw, field, lift or run enough. So do it all and do it as much as you can and I guarantee it will pay off whether it be a starting position on your high school team, a college scholarship or a professional baseball contract.

A lifting or sports performance program may also be a good idea during this time of year. We Drop Bombs Baseball Academy also offers a great training program for athletes to develop in body awareness, quickness and strength. Check out our Performance Training page for more information.


For Elite Players: Twice A Week

For Intermediate or Recreational Players: Once a Week