November & December 2020

When Coach Bones opened The LAB nearly four years ago, he knew that his training programs were above-and-beyond better than traditional private lessons… and head-over-heels better than the majority of “group training” options out there. The only obstacle: convincing dedicated ball players to abandon once-per-week, cookie-cutter lessons, and committing to at least three workouts per week.

Before the first off season was complete, every player knew they were involved in something special.

Every player took advantage of the three programs included in every players’ training format:

  • Coach Bones’ Throwing Program (Originating 15 years earlier that was once mocked but now copied in several training facilities)

  • The LAB’s Hitting Program (Including HitTrax technology, and EXCLUSIVE custom training bats only found at The LAB)

  • Strength and Mobility Training (THE difference maker for all player development) 

Several Training Options to Choose From

While the quarantine robbed ball players of three months of baseball (among other things), the summer time is the time of the year to “get out of the house,” and (Covid-19 regulations permitting) travel. Yes players that worked SO hard in the offseason were now practically starting from square one again. But to expect players to commit every day of their summer vacation – after three months of virtual learning – would be too much to ask for most.

So… Coach Bones has broken down this year’s Summer Training options down in a way that leaves no excuse for players to GET AFTER IT… even if it’s “only” for the few weeks leading up to the start of games this summer.

Take a look at the options below:

November & December 2020 Daily Training Options

Covid-19 Note

During the evening hours of The LAB, a maximum of three players will be allowed in the facility at one time. (All other visitors must not enter the training facility, but are welcome to stay in the waiting area.) In order to go above and beyond in meeting Social Distancing rules, all three players will be separated well beyond the six foot recommendations. One player will be performing their warm up in one area of the facility. One will be with Coach Bones in a cage. The third will be completing their cool down in a separate area of the facility.

Daily Training... YES! Daily!

The LAB’s Daily training hours are set up for players to GET AFTER IT as it fits into their schedules.  Meaning: You do NOT have to be locked in to the same days and times throughout the training package.  You are free to sign up for as many training sessions as you see fit, at whichever times work with  YOUR schedule. *

In November, The LAB is open Monday through Saturday, with available training hours of 1:00 – 9:00 (Monday through Thursday) 1:00 – 7:00 (Friday) and 9:00 – 2:00 (Saturday).

In December, The LAB is open seven days per week, and will keep that availability until the high school spring season gets underway.

Workouts will be geared to:

  • Get players ready for the the first day of spring baseball.
  • Increasing intensity levels of workouts throughout the off season, making sure players are peaking at the right time.
  • Developing pitchers arm and overall strength, improving command, and off-speed pitches, culminating in LIVE ABs before the spring season begins.
  • Training hitters  physically (custom weighted bat program) as well as mentally, as well as getting them several ABs before the spring season starts.
  • Building strength and mobility to ensure players can move powerfully and efficiently on the baseball field.

Don't Get Left Behind This Off Season!

The quarantine certainly made it very difficult on everyone for several reasons. From a baseball standpoint, players were forced to go without baseball for three months. The summer season seemed to be on a mission to make up “lost games,” which resulted in  lower quality baseball The Fall Season was meant to simply get players back on to the field (especially those that did not play in the summer), so they wouldn’t go an entire year of not playing baseball. Unfortunately, many players were only trying to play themselves back into shape, rather than showcase the skills they developed last off season.

This is an important off season for baseball players. After missing an entire spring season, the next few months is the opportunity to get back into the routine of training, as well as making sure to be ready to go when the first spring practice is underway. Make sure you are not left behind those players taking advantage of the off season!

Sign Up Today!

(If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Coach Bones at: brian@coachbonesbaseball.com)