2021/2022 High School Winter Pitching Program

 

For over 22 years, the Charleston Baseball Academy has specialized in training and developing pitchers at every level. From professional pitchers in the MLB to the local youth pitchers, Stan Kowalski and the CBA Staff have instructed thousands of pitchers to improve their performance on the mound. CBA will continue the high-level training with this year’s High School Winter Pitching Program. From arm care to the mental side of pitching, high school pitchers will learn to throw strikes and be more efficient to improve their performance.

 

This year’s program will be instructed by Stan Kowalski and James Reeves (San Diego Padres) along with special guests throughout session.

 

This year’s High School Winter Pitching Program is designed to:

 

  • Perform Individual Physical Assessment by Dr. Todd Overdorf

  • Develop Velocity (Plyo Ball and Long Toss Program)

  • Improve Arm Health (Shoulder, Elbow, Hands, etc)

  • Improve Pitching Mechanics for Efficiency

  • Improve Hip and Ankle Mobility

  • Develop Dynamic Core Strength (Med Balls)

  • Improve Upper and Lower Body Strength and Flexibility

  • Develop Touch and Command of the Baseball

  • Includes Individual Data from Pitchlogic Bullpen Spreadsheet

 

The High School Winter Pitching Program is for the serious and dedicated JV or varsity high school pitcher looking to improve their performance and prepare for the 2022 season!!

 

LIMITED to the first 20 High School Pitchers to REGISTER! 2022-2025 Graduates

 

Dates and Times:
December 7 – January 27 (14 Sessions) on Tuesdays & Thursdays 5:30 – 6:45 pm

(make-up days will be on Saturdays)

 

 

High School Winter Pitching Program Cost 

   

FULL SESSION - $525.00 - December 7 - January 25

FIRST SESSION -  $325.00 - December 7 - December 28

SECOND SESSION - $325.00 - January 4 - January 25

 

 

For more information or questions, email us at info@charlestonbaseballacademy.com

 

Location: CBA Facility, Northwood Blvd

North Charleston, SC 29406

(next to the Carolina Ice Palace)