Class A Baseball offers private lessons to all ages. Private lessons are full hour sessions with an experienced instructor and are available to those who want to improve their hitting, pitching, fielding and catching.
Lesson options to choose from include:
*All students must arrive a few minutes early to allow time for checking in at the front desk and ensure full duration of your lesson time. If you need to cancel your scheduled lesson, 24-hour notice is required to reschedule. If you cancel less than 24 hours prior to your scheduled time, there will be a $20 late cancellation fee.
Lessons can be paid session by session or in advanced if desired.
60 MINUTE LESSON?
All Class A Baseball lessons are sold in 60 minute increments. 60 minute lessons are recommended for any player who wants quality reps. In order to give the necessary instruction and repetitions for continued improvement we suggest one skill set per lesson until adequate improvement. We can incorporate two skill sets per lesson after a parent, player and coach discussion.
HOW OFTEN SHOULD WE COME IN FOR LESSONS?
Just like anything in life, the more you practice the better you will get. At a minimum players should train both in and out of season once a week. Only you can be the judge of how frequently you can make it but players who do not practice on their own at home will need to make sure they are finding a way to get additional reps between lessons so they can continue to progress. This may mean that additional lessons are necessary to meet your desired goals.
WHEN CAN I SCHEDULE MY LESSONS?
In order to maintain a consistent coach and have flexibility with your schedule we suggest you schedule lessons in advance. Lessons can be scheduled in person or over the phone. Keep in mind we have a 24 hour cancellation policy.
HOW DO YOU PICK THE RIGHT LESSON PACKAGE?
All Class A Baseball clients can purchase multiple lessons. This being said, the right amount of lessons is based on your goals and commitment to getting better. We would suggest that you focus on setting goals, deciding how often you can commit to coming for lessons, and ensure the financial commitment is right for your family.