Lessons with LR Baseball Coaches
Bring in your team or come as an individual, our staff is ready to evaluate and provide a custom program that can help your athletes for Pre-Season Preparation, In-Season Maintenance, and or Post Season Recovery.
According to NCAA rules and regulations, all camps and clinics are open to any and all entrants regardless of skill/level (limited only by number, age, grade level, and/or gender.) NCAA Rules don’t allow 1:1 lessons with Prospective Student Athletes (Grades 9th-12th)
Our catching lessons are a unique opportunity for athletes to harness their talents and improve their skills in the art of catching. The goal of this program is to meet every player at their current skill level and provide hands-on instructions in a combination of one on one or small group setting so that they can reach their full potential.
We will focus on the fundamentals of receiving first, with particular emphasis on balance base stances, body control, correct footwork, and glove action. Fundamentals and advanced catching topics will be addressed including mental and physical approaches for the high school and college participants.
Some of our lessons focus on throwing accuracy, quickness, transfer/release, strength, and velocity. Our indoor field provides a unique environment that allows the student to throw the entire distance from home plate to second base for the 60’-90’ field and any distances at all other age levels including Softball.
The course will also focus on the proper concept and technique of proper receiving of primary and secondary pitches. We will also cover proper blocking, bunt coverage, and proper blocking of the plate.
We will teach the proper techniques from every angle to make quality throws to each bag.
The quicker you can move your feet, the easier it is to throw someone out. We use drills that will help you move quicker and more efficiently.
Catching is not just receiving the ball and throwing runners out at second base. You have to move around at all times and there is always somewhere to be on the field. You are in control of the game and all eyes are on you. Depending on who’s hitting, running the bases, or pitching can determine how you relay calls to your fielders. You have to take control!