Becoming a champion athlete requires focus, resilience, and constantly making sure your opponents don't drink your sweat to steal your life energy. Don't get licked with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $10 for a 30-minute batting-cage session (a $20 value)
- $27 for three 30-minute batting-cage sessions (a $60 value)
- $20 for a 30-minute individual batting lesson (a $40 value)
- $39 for two 30-minute individual batting lessons (an $80 value)
5-Tool Sports Training Center
At 5-Tool Sports Training Center's 7,000 square-foot, air-conditioned facility, David Collings—a former scholarship player at Andrew College and the University of West Georgia—leads a team of specialized instructors whose collective experience includes minor-league play and collegiate-level coaching. Together the team shapes young baseball players with results-oriented clinics, including a pitching program designed after those used by major-league franchises and the Chinese national team. Other sessions range from summer camps that cover all aspects of the game to position-specific clinics, such as introductory and advanced catching with Mike Day––a four-time College World Series catcher who went on to play with the Montreal Expos.
To keep their skill set sharp, athletes can schedule time in one of four 55-foot hitting cages, two of which boast Iron Mike pitching machines or two dedicated pitching lanes. Private instruction gives kids individualized feedback, and a video-analysis room allows them to see the errors in their swing or the understated chicness of swapping out a cap for a beret.
99% of 68 customers recommend
“Andrew was knowledgeable and encouraging for a beginner learning to bat. ”
“Andrew is a great instructor! ”
“Coaches are great and the kids are always asking when they are going back! It's always a positive when the kids enjoy their lessons and can't wait to get back in...”
“Coaches are great and the kids are always asking when they are going back! It's always a positive when the kids enjoy their lessons and can't wait to get back in there. ”