Train like the Buzzsaws

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Train like the Buzzsaws

Ages: 7 - 10

Tuition: Introductory Rate - 10% member discount applies.

Day: Saturday

Dates: Feb 7th - March 28th

Time: 9:00 - 10:00 am

This is our second year for this program and it is a program that makes a lot of sense. Often times, players try out for travel teams and don't make the team and are forced to return to a Recreational or Little League. But those leagues do not typically have the off-season training and workouts that most travel teams offer. As a result, the player falls further behind the curve resulting in a "catch 22" which makes it even more difficult to make the travel team next year. This program is also perfect for a player who has not found a team yet or whose team will not be working out in the off-season.

Another scenario that occurs is that a parent chooses to keep the player from playing travel baseball when they are younger because they don't want to burn the player out or make the commitment required to play travel baseball. But the player may love the game and want to work hard in the off-season but doesn't have the opportunity to learn the fundamentals that are necessary during the limited practice schedule offered by Recreational and Little leagues. This program is perfect for all of these scenarios.

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Click here to learn more about the offensive skills that will be taught.

The program will work like this. All practices between February and March will be indoors, once per week, on Saturday at 9:00. In April, we will begin our "Spring Training" which will occur both indoors and outdoors as weather permits and if the players have chosen to participate in April workouts, they will train with the Buzzsaws during April which will offer practices more than once per week (which makes it a great investment).

The Buzzsaws are a local travel program that is designed to prepare the players for High School Baseball. The players are taught the fundamentals in each area of the game. The fundamentals become good habits through correct repetition and by having professional coaches making sure that the player is executing the fundamentals properly.

For more information, contact Dante at (330) 928-1551.