What are the Benefits to Private Instruction?

At CK’s Baseball, we offer private and semi private instruction for youth baseball players. Our private instruction is scheduled in advance based on the flexibility of the athlete and our trainers. It’s an excellent opportunity to work on your child’s individual strengths and weaknesses all while getting one-on-one attention from a professional trainer.

Here are just a few of the many benefits to signing your child up for private instruction.

Individualized Coaching

When your child is part of a baseball team, all practices and drills are focused on the group. While there are many skills learned best in a group setting, it’s also helpful to get one-on-one time with an instructor. With private instruction, your child will get individualized time where their own skills are focused on. This allows them to develop their strengths and improve their weaknesses while receiving skill-appropriate attention, drills and activities.

Professional, Experienced Trainers

Depending on the team that your child will play on, you don’t know who the coach is going to be and if they have any practical experience and training. Sometimes, coaches are simply parent volunteers with little knowledge of the sport, and you can’t always control this. With private instruction, however, your child will be with a professional trainer. These trainers are highly experienced in a variety of areas, such as pitching, hitting, catching and fielding. CK’s Baseball can even help you find the best trainer for your child’s individual skill set.

Video Consultations

CK’s Baseball offers video consultations as part of our packages. These videos are a wonderful opportunity for the trainers to review various plays and focus in on specific skills. Your child will be taped during certain exercises, and a trainer will then pause the video and pick out the fine details, helping your child understand what they’re doing right and wrong and what can be done to improve performance.

Additional Practice Time

Private instruction allows more opportunities for practice, which means players see better results. Depending on the type of team your child plays on, there may only be one or two practices a week. With private instruction, your child can have additional playing time and be able to further develop their skills. In addition to becoming better players, your child will develop more confidence and an appreciation for the game.