At Play Like A Pro, our professional staff is dedicated to assisting each player in maximizing their individual potential. Our professional instructors have experience with players of all ages. We offer baseball and softball lessons in a variety of packages, and can include a motion analysis of your swing upon request. You can look at 'Our Staff' to see which Instructors are Bronze, Silver & Gold. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.
GOLD LESSON PACKAGE
Individual: MEMBER $70 / NON-MEMBER $75
6 pack: MEMBER $390 / NON-MEMBER $420
SILVER LESSON PACKAGE
Individual: MEMBER $60 / NON-MEMBER $65
6 pack: MEMBER $330 / NON-MEMBER $360
12 pack: MEMBER $600 / NON-MEMBER $660
BRONZE LESSON PACKAGE
Individual: MEMBER $55 / NON-MEMBER $60
6 pack: MEMBER $300 / NON-MEMBER $330
12 pack: MEMBER $540 / NON-MEMBER $600
**Cancellation Policy: If you do not cancel with at least 24 hours notice you will be charged full price for the lesson**
***All prices are subject to change for specific instructors***
“A GUIDE TO HELPING YOU UNDERSTAND PRIVATE INSTRUCTION”
Private lessons have become a big part of baseball and softball. Players are always trying to find that edge and lessons have become a useful tool in helping. Players above the age of 5 usually have enough comprehensive skills to benefit from taking private lessons. As their ages and abilities change so does the baseball material and workload. Players of all ages and abilities can benefit from private lessons as long as they are dedicated and eager to work hard. Below is a question and answer section about private lessons:
1. What should I expect out of private lessons?
Answer: Private lessons are a great way for players to develop consistency as they learn the proper mechanics. Baseball and softball are games of repetition and 1 on 1 instruction is a great way to repeat as well as reinforce. Spending time in these training sessions is what best helps us prepare for competition. Our instructors are dedicated experts when it comes to maximizing each player’s individual skills. The player must understand though, that private lessons are a continuous project. Lessons are not a quick fix where you become a superstar overnight. Professional players work on their skills all year round. Creating that consistency through a lesson schedule is a long term project that players need to be prepared for.
2. Who should take private lessons?
Answer: Anyone can take private lessons, but the real question is who will benefit most from taking lessons? The answer is simple; “The players who are willing to work hard through dedication and sacrifice are the players who will achieve success.” Instructors teach private lessons to help communicate the information that players need to improve. What the players do with that information is ultimately up to the players themselves. Any player who is dedicated to improving their skills can benefit from private lessons.
3. How often should I schedule private lessons?
Answer: There are many different scenarios to scheduling private lessons. The simplest answer is you need to set up your lessons on some type of consistent schedule. A player will not benefit much if he or she is coming in once every couple of weeks. Again we talk about repetition. Baseball and softball are games of repetition which is why players need to be training on a consistent basis. Some players feel they need to come in several times a week and others only once a week. The most important thing is that you are coming in consistently. If there are long gaps in between your lessons there is a good chance that your mechanics will suffer.
4. How should I choose an instructor?
Answer: The most important thing is that the player feels comfortable working with the instructor. This is why personality matching becomes a vital part of choosing the best instructor for you. Many times an instructor with a dominant personality may intimidate a shy player. Certain players respond well to certain instructors. Quality communication skills is the key to players and instructors developing good relationships with each other. When choosing an instructor choose someone who you feel comfortable with in a learning environment. You also should be familiar with your instructor’s background information. Find out where he or she played and/or coached.