Coaching the High School Baseball Player Series

Coaching the High School Baseball Player Series
Coaching the High School Baseball Player Series
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$104.99
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Product Description

  • Discover the four attributes of every great hitter - and develop them for maximum results
  • Keep your pitchers' arms strong and healthy while achieving maximum practice reps
  • Speed up glove-to hand transfers without sacrificing throwing accuracy
with Mike Woods, Hamilton (AZ) HS Head Coach;
4x Arizona High School State Champs (2003, 2004, 2008. 2014) and 3x State runner up (2011, 2009, 2005);
over 300 career victories; 38 players have gone on to play in college (14 in D1) and 12 have played professionally

Legendary high school baseball coach Mike Woods provides the tools you need to make the most of every at bat. This DVD features a treasure-trove of insight, instruction and drills proven to develop high-impact swings — and put runs on the board.

Using specific dry-swing drills that deliver valuable "data" on mechanics, highly refined tee drills that train the entire body (including the eye), and soft-toss drills that put everything together, Coach Woods delivers a proven program your hitters can execute every day — one that will generate measurable improvement with minimal wear and tear on the players (and the coach!). Each segment trains the four attributes of a great swing: balance, sequence, inside path, and finish. Your players will learn to increase bat speed, stay vertically stacked, keep inside the ball, and generate maximum drive.

Also included in this DVD are specific drills to solve common hitting problems. And, recognizing that not all problems are "mechanical," Coach Woods provides insights into planning at-bats: defining objectives (getting on, moving runners, scoring runners), recognizing a pitcher's tendencies, and improving performance with two strikes.

Order today and you'll discover how to create or become a championship-level hitter.

48 minutes. 2011.


with Mike Woods, Hamilton (AZ) HS Head Coach;
4x Arizona High School State Champs (2003, 2004, 2008. 2014) and 3x State runner up (2011, 2009, 2005);
over 300 career victories; 38 players have gone on to play in college (14 in D1) and 12 have played professionally

"The name of the game is pitching, and success in this game is directly dependent upon your pitching staff!"
— Mike Woods, Head Coach Hamilton High School, Chandler AZ. 3x Arizona State Champions and 2x State Runners-up.

In this essential component of Coaching the High School Player, coach Mike Woods leads you through a step-by-step approach proven to create pitching success by drilling in the finer points.

Woods reveals Hamilton High School's daily progression program for pitchers, a program designed to keep pitchers' arms healthy while training them for consistency. This throwing program employs 11 flat-ground progression drills that key in on the most important elements of throwing mechanics — from head to toe.

Coach Woods also provides valuable insight into training pitchers to throw curve balls correctly and effectively. He shares 4 daily, progressive drills that train everything from grip to delivery. He even reveals a clever "double-ball" training device you can make yourself in minutes and that promotes the most effective 12-6 rotation.

Woods closes the video with his daily-9 pick off drills that will stop runners in their tracks — with back picks, snap throws, inside moves, timing moves, and more. He also demonstrates an ingenious drill that works picks to first, second, and third simultaneously.

Coaching The High School Pitcher is an excellent choice for any coach or player who wants to consistently throw strikes with proper mechanics, keep their throwing arms healthy, and freeze runners on the base paths.!

52 minutes. 2011.


with Mike Woods, Hamilton (AZ) HS Head Coach;
4x Arizona High School State Champs (2003, 2004, 2008. 2014) and 3x State runner up (2011, 2009, 2005);
over 300 career victories; 38 players have gone on to play in college (14 in D1) and 12 have played professionally

One of the most neglected positions in high school baseball also happens to be one of the most important — the catcher. In this essential DVD, high school coaching grea

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