This program was developed for Youth/Little League baseball players to help reinforce proper pitching mechanics, as well as to help players develop an understanding of the mental aspect of pitching in preparation for the upcoming season.
As part of Power Arm's dedication to the development of our local little leagues, players will have the opportunity to work with Power Arm staff, including college coaches and former college/professional players in this 5-week comprehensive preseason pitching program.
This program is designed to mimic Power Arm’s super-successful winter pitching program for HS/College athletes, with adjustments made to accommodate our younger athletes.
The main focus of the program will be developing proper mechanics to promote healthy pitching habits, as well as a throwing progression in order to safely increase throwing velocity in preparation for the spring season. In addition, players will be instructed on the importance of proper warm-up and post throwing habits to reduce risk of arm injury. As part of the program, players will receive video analysis of their mechanics and delivery.
This program will run March 16- April 17th
Sessions will be 1 hour in length, one time weekly. Pick your weekly time slot during registration.
See session choices listed for available days/times. While we try to accommodate each player's schedule, we want to ensure an intimate coaching environment for our players (max 4 pitchers per session). Bookings for specific sessions will be based on a first-come, first-serve basis. Should offered slots fill up quickly, we may open additional slots on these days.
Choose to pay in full using a debit or credit card, or select "Pay in Person" at checkout. All "Pay in Person" registrations must be paid in full prior to the start of the first session. Payment in person can be in the form of cash or check, payable to "POWER ARM PERFORMANCE".
While we do not currently require a deposit to reserve your spot if paying in person, we kindly ask that you do not register for the program unless you are definitely attending. Reserving a spot and not attending could result in another player missing out on the opportunity to join the program.