FAQ

FAQ

 

  1. How much are lessons? For private instruction: Hour – $90 Half-hour – $50 For group instruction (2-3 players): Hour – $50 per player Half-hour – $30 per player
  2. Where do the lessons take place: I use a private indoor facility at 25509 McDonald Rd., Spring, 77380
  3. Can you come to us? I sure can!
  4. How are the lessons conducted? I start from the ground up building a good base for the athlete to take with them to their practices and games.  We focus on one specific movement at a time.
  5. What ages do you work with? I have worked with kids as young as 5 to high-school aged players.
  6. What is your money-back guarantee? I am confident that you and your youth baseball player will benefit from and enjoy the lesson.  If after your 1st lesson you are not satisfied, then I will gladly refund your money.  I will also recommend you to another instructor that may help you.  This is only applicable after your 1st lesson with me.
  7. When is payment due for lessons? Payment is due BEFORE lesson begins unless otherwise noted.
  8. What form of payment do you accept? I accept cash, check, PayPal, credit card via invoice.
  9. What is your coaching philosophy? First and foremost, I want these kids to enjoy the game as much as I do.  It is a kid’s game after-all.  The more repetitions, the better.  It is good for them to break a sweat.  The more that the player gets a feel for their swing or throwing, mechanics, the more likely they are to translate it to the game.
  10. How often should we come for lessons? And for how long each session?  Ideally, once a week.  This will allow us enough time to break some bad habits and build some good ones.  Half-hour sessions are filled with plenty of repetitions and instruction to break a sweat and build a good foundation.  For the hourly sessions, we can break it up and go half-hour pitching/throwing as well as half-hour hitting.
  11. What are the benefits of group lessons? A little competition never hurt nobody!  The intensity level is enhanced meaning the focus is there.  And, of course, the cost is less.  But is still value-packed!

 

 

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