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2 Day Major League Hitting Clinic $99

BLP ·
2 Day Major League Hitting Clinic Special $99 Register Here: http://blpacademy.com/camps-clinics/ Questions? Contact Coach Smiley @ geraldsmiley@gmail.com Dr. Chris Yeager holds a PHD in Human Performance from the University of Southern Mississippi. The National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) recognizes Dr. Yeager as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). Dr. Yeager served as the Hitting and Pitching Mechanics Analyst for the San Diego Padres Player...
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Online Pitching Training

VirginiaHS ·
I'm not the most active on here, but I love reading through the different discussions! Being a parent of a young, aspiring pitcher is challenging. I've got a 5 year old boy and a 2 year old boy, so I'm getting ready to start that journey myself (wish me luck)! To give you a little background on myself, I pitched in the Royals and Blue Jays organizations for 6 seasons. I spent 2 1/2 of those seasons on the DL. When my career came to an end, I really wanted to stay involved in baseball, so I...
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TEXAS LIONS KELLER/HASLET/NORTH FT WORTH

Semp ·
Texas Lions Baseball is expanding into the N. Ft Worth/Keller Area and we are now scheduling tryouts for the 2016 summer. As an organization, we are committed to player DEVELOPMENT. We focus on helping our players develop their physical skills while also teaching and stressing the importance of the mental side of the game. We hold multiple organized practices every week during the summer to ensure that our players leave our organization better than when they came to us. All of our coaches...
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Re: Sports Vision

Journey On ·
When my son was in 4th grade he started having trouble computing Math addition/ subtraction Problems that were stacked 3 - 4 high. He did not have the ability to visually hold the numbers in place & have his mind compute the problem. Went for eye testing. There are 17 complex process's the eyes & brain work together to take information from the environment , analyze it, and have output. People use Dyslexia for a trash can word that encompasses all 17. Son was found to be deficient in...
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Re: Sports Vision

dialedin ·
Do you mind if I ask about the vision therapy? We were referred to a doctor who quoted us over $300 JUST for testing and then the therapy would be around $8K. No insurance covers it. My son isn't blind. He has 20/25 vision. Also, we aren't wealthy; there's no way we could afford something like that. Are there less expensive yet still effective therapies available?
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RJM ·
Many college baseball programs do vision training. I never thought of paying for it beforehand.
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proudhesmine ·
You will have to look into it but juggling may help.A number of years ago I went to a high school juggling event at our library.(not our HS) after The teacher had her presentation and the show the kids put on I was fastenated.I talked to the teacher for 15*20 minutes during refreshments afterword. She had been running the program for a number of years. Lots of facts and figures by using program of sorts. The resutls she was looking for with the kids was reading.Words per minute.Of course...
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CatsPop ·
Dialedin - I just sent you a PM.
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SluggerDad ·
You gotta be careful with vision therapy. It can be a huge rip-off. My son had something called convergence insufficiency when he was in kindergarten and 1st grade. Couldn't make his two eyes converge on a target unless it was moving. Made it really hard to learn to read. We first went to someone who specialized in vision therapy -- an optometrist, I think. It was going to cost an arm and a leg. Like 5- 7k. We went to an ophthalmologist for a second opinion. She told us it was a waste of...
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Sports Vision

dialedin ·
Has anybody here had their son do any vision training? Also, can anybody recommend a good sports vision optometrist in the Atlanta area? My son's hitting took a nosedive and at the same time he started driving. We noticed some squinting. Took him to an eye exam ... 20/25 vision. Not horrible but pretty horrible for seeing a 90 MPH baseball. I've done some research on sports vision training. It won't correct the vision; he'll need contacts for that. But even athletes with 20/12 level vision...
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T's Training Academy - 2015 Tryouts!

T's Training Academy ·
TRYOUTS! HERE WE GO! August 9th and 10th Montini Catholic High School, Lombard 9/10/11U - 9:00am to 11:00am (Both Days) 12/13/14U - 11:00am to 1:00pm (Both Days) 15-18U - 1:30pm to 4:00pm (Both Days) More information at:  www.tstrainingacademy.com
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