COACHES CLINIC FAQs
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?
If you have a ball player, you are a coach. Everyone can learn how to teach and what to teach.
- Assistant Coaches
- Moms & Dads
WHAT IS TAUGHT?
- How to teach age appropriate drills and skills
- What drills to teach that are age and skill appropriate
- How to run a practice
- How to manage players & parents
- How to develop a season plan for developing players
WHO ARE THE COACHES?
BaseballASAP Certified coaches who follow the BASEBALLASAP CURRICULUM of training. BaseballASAP coaches have professional and/or collegiate playing and coaching experience.
WHAT ARE THE HOURS OF CLINICS
- Clinics run for 90 Minutes and times will vary depending on the location and day of the week of the clinic.
- Clinics are league sponsored. There is no cost to participants.
WHAT DO I GET AT A COACHES CLINIC?
- Training modeled from professional baseball spring training and college fall ball practices.
- Printed itinerary & schedule of the clinic.
WHAT DO I NEED TO BRING TO THE COACHES CLINIC?
- Baseball mitt
- Wear comfortable athletic clothing
- Wear cleats (optional)
- Notepad & pen
IS LUNCH PROVIDED AT THE COACHES CLINIC?
No. Please pack snacks. Please pack plenty of water.
CAN I PARTICIPATE WITH A MEDICAL CONDITION?
If you have a medical condition (i.e. diabetic) or allergies, you can normally participate with proper disclosure to the BaseballASAP Team of coaches and BaseballASAP Field Coordinator. The BaseballASAP Team will need a complete description of the condition and procedures to treat any condition to determine if your will be eligible. Please CONTACT US today with your inquiry.
WHAT ARE THE SAFETY POLICIES AT CLINIC?
- The BaseballASAP Field Coordinator and BaseballASAP Team of Coaches check all entrances and exits at each particular camp location for safety
- There is always a BaseballASAP Field Coordinator (Non-coach) on site to handle any emergency situation
- BaseballASAP Field Coordinators are 1st-Aid Certified