What do you get in the winter?
Every athlete that trains this summer will be assessed by Rob Rabena, George Zirkel, and Nick Todero. The assessment will begin by testing flexibility, joint range of motion, and the Functional Movement Screen (FMS). Next, athletes will be tested for power, speed, agility and fitness level. During the throwing assessment, athletes will begin by reviewing their throwing and training history. Then, each athlete will be put through a set of drills to assess movement quality and throwing mechanics. If the athlete is on-ramped and healthy, he will perform three pulldowns and a brief bullpen. The bullpen will be tracked on Rapsodo to get an understanding of the pitcher’s arsenal. For the hitting assessment, athletes will be put through several drills to evaluate how their body is moving while hitting. The hitting assessment will be tracked using a Blast Motion sensor to quantify what the hitter is doing with each swing.
Following the assessment, the trainers and athletes will sit down and go over the information gathered. From there, a plan in hitting, throwing, and sports performance will be designed that fits the needs and goals of the athlete. All throwing and hitting programs will be on TRAQ, a baseball training software designed by Driveline Baseball. Athletes can easily track their progress over the course of the summer.
PDP summer training will be done in a semi-private format. This means that athletes have access to the facility and coaches for five days per week during business hours (10am-6pm in the summer). Athletes can spend as much time as they would like in our facility.
What is YOUR plan this summer? If you want access to top-end coaches, technology, and software, schedule an evaluation below.
College Winter Training – $100/Week (4 Week Commitment)