In the era of swinging the bat hard and hitting the ball far, we are seeing biomechanically inefficient swings and creating a lot of problems for hitters. Whether it be your knees, back, ankles, wrist, shoulders.

Coming back from an injury is a frustrating process, mentally and physically. Most kids do not have the discipline it takes to physically and mentally recover. We become your accountability coach in ensuring you have a successful recovery, at which we will work hand in hand with your PT, trainer, or whoever you choose to work with.

There are seven steps that need to happen and by skipping these steps or doing them out of order we risk re-injury and prolonged recovery.

1. Allow healing.
2. Restore full range of motion.
3. Regain normal gait.
4. Regain muscle strength.
5. Regain endurance.
6. Regain skills.
7. Regain confidence.

We are your accountability partner along this process, but we play a huge role in step six and seven.

Your swing has the potential to hurt you again, so we need to ensure we have the most biomechanical efficient swing all while developing the mental tactics and strategy to overcome normal barriers.

In the era of velocity, at what seems at any and all cost, we have great reason to be concerned with current techniques. A combination of poor mechanics, weighted element throwing, lack of strength, lack of mobility/stability, and overuse contributes to this culture.

Coming back from an injury is a frustrating process, mentally and physically. Most kids do not have the discipline it takes to physically and mentally recover. We become your accountability coach in ensuring you have a successful recovery, at which we will work hand in hand with your PT, trainer, or whoever you choose to work with.

There are seven steps that need to happen and by skipping these steps or doing them out of order we risk re-injury and prolonged recovery.

1. Allow healing.
2. Restore full range of motion.
3. Regain normal gait.
4. Regain muscles strength.
5. Regain endurance.
6. Regain skills.
7. Regain confidence.

We are your accountability partner along this process, but we play a huge role in steps six and seven.

Your throwing has the potential to hurt you again, so we need to ensure we have the most biomechanical efficient patterns, all while developing the mental tactics and strategy to overcome normal barriers.

“Geoff is a student of the swing and constantly searching for the best way to communicate to his students. He’s even gone as far as asking his students to take the TAP assessment (free to the athlete) to look for clues on how to individually structure how he delivers instruction. He incorporates technology to further determine what the naked eye misses, and to optimize the kinetic chain and movement efficiencies”.

Brett Gresham