Who are the FROZEN ROPES Instructors?
All of our instructors arrived at Frozen Ropes with two common traits; outstanding communication skills and a strong affection for baseball and softball. Having played or coached at higher levels is secondary to learning how to teach and present a training curriculum recognized as the best in the baseball and softball industry. More relevant than their playing backgrounds, the training and orientation period since arriving at Frozen Ropes has been significant. Starting with our nationally acclaimed instructional curriculum and hours of video review, our instructor training starts in the classroom and finishes in the hitting tunnels and pitching mounds with our national and local staff. Training topics include human anatomy, kinesiology, vision training, sports psychology and of course, the latest training techniques and drills in baseball and softball. After the classroom work, our instructors observe and participate in hours of mock classes and lessons before working with your child. Frequent staff meetings present new drills, individual case studies and a video review of past lessons. The Frozen Ropes instructional model has challenged and changed the teaching methods now being used in the baseball and softball industry in the United States and abroad.
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