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julie d.
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Report | 9 months ago
Wonderful training facility but expensive without a groupon.
Janet S.
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Report | 11 months ago
What a great experience for the boys. They were very nice, patient and knowledgable.
Maria S.
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Report | 2 years ago
The place is very good!!!
Nicole F.
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Report | 2 years ago
The private lessons are great! Coach Daryl was very attentive and helpful ... my son loves him. Andrea was wonderful and very flexible with arranging the lesson after we had to cancel initially due to illness. We'll be back!

From Our Editors

The Chicago White Sox have some truly dedicated fans. In 1994, the team decided to reach out to the youngsters who worshipped their footwear. They sought to provide kids with the same conditioning and training they honed their skills with, so they started a sports-training summer camp. In a mere seven years, demand for the trainers' services necessitated that the program conduct year-round sessions in all types of sports, and the Bulls/Sox Academy was born.

Taught by the trainers who spend their life making sure that the Sox and Bulls are ready to hit the field or court, Bulls/Sox Academy's lessons bring professional techniques to aspiring athletes. Baseball programs teach functional speed movements for high-speed base stealing and help kids build the upper-body strength to knock balls out of the park and through the windshield of their least favorite neighbor's minivan. The basketball course divvies up training between shooting, skills, and defensive play. The fast-pitch softball teachers—both former professional players and longtime coaches—arm students to beat back high-velocity pitches without hurting the ball's feelings.

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