Local athletes are invited to take part in an upcoming workout designed for baseball pitchers, it was recently announced.
The camp will feature Tom House — former MLB pitcher turned coach and motivational speaker — who has conducted years of research into every aspect of the art of pitching.
The goal is to teach parents, coaches and athletes how to pitch longer and better, without injury or major health problems.
In addition to recently co-founding The National Pitching Association, House has worked with and shared his knowledge with such megastars as Nolan Ryan, Barry Zito, Randy Johnson, Robb Nen, Jamie Moyer, Kevin Brown.
House has also brought his methodology to the football field with clients like Drew Brees, Tim Tebow, Tom Brady, Alex Smith, Carson Palmer and Matt Cassell.
The clinic is open to pitchers 8 years old and up and is planned for Nov. 9-11 at the baseball fields at Great Oak High School, located at 32555 Deer Hollow Way, Temecula.
Arrive baseball ready with glove, baseball pants, cleats, and cap. Parents are encouraged to bring video and/or cameras in order to tape the individual pitching sessions.
Cost is $225 per player. Participants pay $199 if signed up by Oct. 25.
To learn more, contact Dan Dwyer at email@example.com or by calling 951-283-5387.