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The use of private coaching has exploded across the youth sports world in recent years. With the technicality involved in both the physical and mental game of baseball and softball, private lessons are a great resource for players of all ages and skill levels.
Ryan leans on his experience as a dominant high school, college, and professional hitter to pass along his knowledge to hitters through private hitting lessons.
While the majority of his lessons focus on hitting, Ryan also provides infield, outfield, and catching instruction. Pitching lessons are available to players ages 12 and under (players over age 12 will be referred to a local pitching expert).
Private Lesson FAQ
How long is a private lesson?
Private lessons for a single athlete run 45 minutes in length. Ryan found that the typical 30 minute sessions that most facilities provide do not offer enough time for an instructor to properly explain each concept, drill or exercise. With a 45 minute session, athletes are afforded more time to develop a deep understanding of what is being taught.
How much is a private lesson?
Regular price for a single private lesson is $65. Many facilities charge a higher price for only a 30 minute session, even with less experienced instructors. Ryan prides himself on offering the most value possible to his clients.
Do you offer lesson packages?
Yes. Package deals are available for Ryan’s 45 minute sessions. The more lessons you purchase up front, the greater the discount you will receive. Here are the current lesson package offerings:
Light Package – 3 Lessons- $185 (5% off regular price)
Standard Package – 5 Lessons – $293 (10% off regular price)
Elite Package – 10 Lessons – $553 (15% off regular price)
Do you offer lessons for multiple players?
Yes. On the scheduling page you will see the option to book 45, 60, or 90 minute sessions. 60 minute sessions are recommended for groups of 2 or 3 players. A 90 minute session is sufficient for groups of 3 that want more individual instruction, or for groups of 4 or more.
There are many instructors out there. Why should we choose you?
Ryan gives the same amount of attention and energy to every player he works with, from the first year tee-baller to the division-1 college player. His goal is simply to help as many baseball and softball players as he can, and spread the love of the game. His favorite part about his job is the “light bulb moment.” It’s that moment when something clicks for a player and you can see the excitement on their face.
How do I know private lessons are right for my kid?
Here’s an article on the topic that Ryan wrote on his website Baseball Made Fun.