To All Baseball Pitchers Ages 13 - 21, Parents & Coaches:
 

Join Major League Pitcher Kevin Beirne
and Texas Sports Medicine Pros


Major League Pitching Clinic
Developing Optimum Pitching Velocity and
Minimizing A Pitcher's Risk of Injury

+
BATS Evaluation Testing
The Numbers Don't Lie!

August 2014
Tomball, TX
Greater Houston Area

Dreaming of being a Major League Baseball Pitcher?

Do you know what your pitching strengths,
weaknesses and areas of improvement are?

 

Dear Baseball Pitchers, Parents & Coaches,

Everything starts with a dream then taking action... This year we are excited to announce that this summer's pitching clinic includes Dennis Fay, Joe Loria & John Trejo plus the BATS Evaluation Testing.

BATS Testing predicts performance levels and potential on the Baseball field. Giving feedback of how you perform in each test along with strength, weaknesses and areas of improvement. Click here to see sample test.

Dr. Frank Spaniol Developer of the BATS program, is an internationally recognized softball and baseball researcher. He serves as a Professor of Kinesiology at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, where he teaches biomechanics and directs the Sport Science Research Laboratory. See BATS program brochure.

After the clinic, you will receive a printout of your BATS Testing that includes these type of tests:

  • Body Composition
  • Strength
  • Power
  • Agility
  • Speed
  • Throwing Velocity
  • Bat Speed
  • Batted-Ball Velocity

 

Why BATS Testing?

bullet We canít improve what we donít measure.
 
bullet Baseline Data - Assess Individual Strengths and Weaknesses
   * Where are we?
   * Where are we going?
   * How do we get there?
 
bullet Talent Identification (scouting/recruiting)
   * Better Information =
   * Better Decisions =
   * Better Performance
 

The time is now for educating yourself with the worlds leading information on research based instruction on the biomechanics of pitching and using your BATS test results to Improve Performance. Our mission is educating parents and kids on what really is happening in a pitching delivery. Understanding where velocity comes from and why; Also understanding you're only as strong as your weakest link.

At Our Pitching Clinic You Will:

bullet Learn Velocity Training as seen on HBO with Bryant Gumbel - Find out your velocity comes from and how to get more velocity minimizing injury;
 
bullet Receive BATS Testing and find out what level you are at in your pitching;
 
bullet Learn the biomechanics of what the 50 best pitchers of all time do and why;
 
bullet Find out what the best Major League pitchers in baseball do, why they do it and how they do it;
 
bullet Learn the protocols and prehabilitation with Tom House's strength and conditioning protocols, nutritional necessities, and the mental and emotional elements, giving you the safest and most efficient ways to utilize your abilities;
 
bullet Learn about what your body needs to do when pitching and make the adjustments from pitch to pitch during the game;
 
bullet Learn the best way to protect yourself;
 
bullet Learn about endurance, performance, strengthening and conditioning, as well as technique geared for all ages and levels of experience;
 
bullet Learn the most efficient and effective and repeatable delivery that works for you!

Clinic Details

August 2014
9am - 2pm
$250.00



Location:
Concordia Lutheran High School
Tomball, TX

Bring snacks water will be provided!


Meet The Pros!

Kevin Beirne, Major League Pitcher & Associate Scout Kansas City Royals.  Kevin's dream started as a youngster with his Dad playing for the NFL. Sports was a way of life and you dared to dream big! Drafted in 1992 by the Cincinnati Reds, attended Texas A&M lettering in 2 sports, football and baseball. Drafted next in 1995 by the Chicago White Sox where he made his Major League debut at Yankee Stadium. There is nothing like playing in front of over 50,000 attendees. In 2002 he played with the Los Angeles Dodgers and 2003 - 2006 played in Japan under Bobby Valentine. Looking back in playing the Major Leagues his one regret is that they learned through Opinion-Based information -- and that, until a few years ago,†he did not have world-renowned pitching coach Tom House working with him on the Research-Based information of science and bio-mechanics of pitching. He has a passion for coaching and shares "All the misinformation given to pitchers is part of the reason kids are getting hurt at a record pace. This is where we want that to stop"! Kevin now is Associate Scout for the Kansas City Royals.

Dennis Fay, CSCS, Director of Strength & Conditioning Baseball Performance at the Texas Sports Medicine Center. He is both a NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and Certified through the National Pitching Association. He is known for his unique cutting edge approaches to baseball performance. His success based on having 18 first round draft picks in the last 17years. He has had the opportunity to help Josh Beckett win the 2003 MVP World Series, Jay Bruce a two time All-Star multiple Silver Slugger award, Michael Wacha 2013 NLCS MVP and his most recent success Tyler Kolek are some of the accomplishments by using researched scientific information and it application to the baseball.

Joe Loria, Associate Strength and Conditioning Instructor at the Texas Sports Medicine Center, located in Tomball, Texas. He is also the director of the Baseball Performance program that uses the latest research in biomechanics and video analysis to train over 45 professional baseball players each off season. For over 14 years he has developed a training program for athletes with a primary focus on stability, flexibility, strength and maximizes player development. He is a BATS certified testing administrator and has created, with assistance from the Sports Medicine Community, arm care training programs for both healthy and injured athletes recovering from shoulder/ elbow injury. Joe Loria holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Stephen F. Austin State University.

John Trejo, Certified Athletic Trainer at the Texas Sports Medicine Center. Trejo holds a Masterís degree in Exercise Physiology from Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, specializing in injury prevention and sports performance. His professional experience includes working with a variety of collegiate and professional athletes to asses and improve performance through strength and conditioning, injury prevention and athletic testing. Additionally, his research in baseball performance has been published as well as presented at the National Strength and Conditioning Associationís annual conference. John is a certified and licensed Athletic Trainer, BATS certified testing administrator and a Performance Enhancement Specialist through the National Academy of Sports Medicine.

Our team of professionals look forward in assisting you!

Knowledge & Education Is Key
In Becoming The Best Pitcher You Can Be!

bullet Having this knowledge & education helps minimize injury, helping pitchers play the game they love without the uncertainty of whether they will recover to 100%
 
bullet As you improve your pitching skills, your ability and talent to go to the next level of high-school, college and the major leagues is a potential dream that could be realized
 
bullet As you learn what the body really needs for baseball you have a better chance of being the best you can be -- physically, mentally & emotionally -- a great formula for success
 
bullet Whether you are preparing for college play, a big game or for the scouts, learning science-based information will help you pitch at your peak performance and give you the best chance to stay out of rehab and in the game
 
bullet Perfect for the prospective or current college pitcher who wants all of the latest instruction on mechanics and physical preparation in a short amount of time


Kevin Beirne pitched for my team, the Kintetsu Buffaloes, in Japan. I found him to be a very tough pitcher. His ability, combined with his courage, made him very formidable when he took the mound.

I recommend him to anyone who is looking to learn how to pitch. He has all of the abilities necessary to help young pitchers get better and teach them how to win

--Tommy Lasorda, Hall Of Fame Manager
"Kevin knows the dedication and work involved to becoming a big leaguer. His work ethic and wiliness to learn new things are vital in becoming a great coach. I highly recommend Kevin for taking pitching lessonsĒ.

-- Bobby Valentine, Boston Red Sox Manager
Ex Texas Rangers, New York Mets Manager, Chiba Lotte marines in Japan, Winner of the 2000 National League Champions
 
ďI have been familiar with the BATS program for several years. I personally like the predictability values because itís based on science, objective information versus subjective. I have no doubt that the physical attributes that are identified through the BATS program assist in seeing who will go to the head of the class.

For the athlete, itís a great way to see exactly how you stack up versus the competition and where you need to be to obtain your goals.Ē

- Frank Neville, ATC, Minor League Medical Coordinator, Milwaukee Brewers


Ready to take your game to the next level?



Your investment is $250

We are here to assist you in your pitching goals!


**Cancellation Policy - Must call or email us by July 31, 2014
Refunds will be issued minus $25 of the full tuition paid
 

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