Does your son or daughter struggle at the plate...but you don’t know how to help? Are you out of ideas?
The 7 Secrets of Hitting a Baseball, offers simple insight into the approach and techniques that Major League Baseball Players use to dominate opposing pitchers. The 7 Secrets is a powerful, must have tool for helping your son or daughter hit the ball.
Using slow motion video analysis of Major League Baseball stars such as Albert Pujols, Ken Griffey Jr., Robinson Cano, Joey Mauer (and more!), the 7 Secrets program is the first instructional program that illustrates and explains the baseball/softball swing through slow motion video. The learning process is then doubled by using the same video analysis of youth players like your son or daughter, combined with in depth voice-over instruction. The entire program is delivered to parents and coaches through the Internet.
Literally hundreds of coaches and parents are sharing this program with friends, family, and teammates for one simple reason: It works. Everything is covered, from bat selection and hand placement, to the intricacies of front elbow control and stride. It's all there... Taken at your pace, it’s also one of the easiest and fastest ways to learn. Once you purchase the program, it's yours forever (including all updates and additions to the program). Keep coming back to the material for refreshers, updates, and tips.
Leader. Ben's six-year career in the United States Marine Corps forged his leadership background. His professional career has included multiple leadership positions along the way, with two national awards for leadership in education. Ben was awarded the Dale Carnegie Leadership Award in 2004.
Teacher. Over 14 years in education as a certified teacher (math and computer science) and as a central office administrator. Ben as Masters Degree in Education (Diverse Learner | 2001) and a Bachelors of Science in Computer Science | 1998.
Coach. With nearly 20 years in the ranks, Ben Startzer has served as a head coach, coordinator, assistant coach, and volunteer coach at the NCAA College, High School, Middle School, and Youth Sport levels. Extensive experience in 3 primary sports: Football, Baseball, and Wrestling. In early 2012, Ben decided to push even further, embarking on his second Masters Degree in Coaching & Athletic Administration at Concordia University Irvine.