Jan 4, 2020 KCSC Healthy Hitter Workshop - Damage Hitter
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KCSC Healthy Hitter Workshop

January 4, 2020 Saturday
1:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Olathe, KS

WORKSHOP OVERVIEW: A Parent/Player Event

Our popular Healthy Hitter Workshop  trains hitters, parents and coaches to develop a professional hitting approach mentally, emotionally, and physically.  Intense focus to develop the Damage Hitter mental and emotional supports every player’s physicality.

This specific event includes Kansas City Strength & Conditioning and their expertise on developing the body with nutrition and training.

AGE REQUIREMENTS:

All Position Players
Ages 9 & Up with a parent

CAMP COST:

$199 per player
Full payment due at registration
Limited to 20 player

All initial teaching and discussion during camp will be performed by Coach Karl Carswell while his coaching staff will help run the fundamental skill stations.

ABOUT COACH KARL CARSWELL:

“Damage Hitter”

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  • Coach NBC Tournament
  • Coach WWBC World Champ
  • Coach Area Code Team Nike
  • Coach Founder Get Hits All-Star
  • Coach Area Code Games New Balance
  • Professional Hitting Coach
  • Coach BreakThrough Series USA Baseball
  • MLB Career Initiative Program
  • Future Stars Series
  • Future Stars National Team Hitting Coach
  • Midwest Scouts Association Amateur Coach of the Year 2004

ADDITIONAL CAMP DETAILS:

Damage Hitter and Karl Carswell spends a days in a PARENT AND PLAYER atmosphere providing hitters with the essentials to build their ability to hit PHYSICALLY, MENTALLY, & EMOTIONALLY. Most importantly building a player parent relationship with baseball.

TENTATIVE SCHEDULE:

1:00 PM - 1:45 PM

Player Introduction and Swing/Body Evaluation.

Healthy Hitter Introduction of Kansas City Strength & Conditioning and Damage Hitter.

1:45 PM - 2:30 PM

Players work through fundamental and advanced understanding of the swing and hitting with the emphasis on their body.

2:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Conclude by bring the fact that our players are working toward a mind, body and soul connection to reach their potential

WHILE AT CAMP, YOUR PLAYER WILL RECEIVE INSTRUCTION ON…

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      • BEST SWING – Every player has his best swing and it has 2 components. Once a player learns these 2 component they can overcome any physical issues they may have.

     

    • HITTERS GOAL – If you’ve played or seen baseball you know everyone is trying to get hits. Sometimes despite the hitters best effort getting a hit or even hitting the ball hard is not an option. Our hitting goal gives everyone a chance to be a successful hitter.
    • HITTERS APPROACH – Focus and understand will take and average hitter to great.

 

    • PLATE COVERAGE – Although the plate is the same dimension for every hitter. Every player does not and cannot cover the plate the same way. How do you cover the plate?

 

    • CONTACT ZONE – Knowing your contact zone and how to best get through it will change your perspective on hitting.
    • BAT PATH
    • ATTACK ANGLE
    • LAUNCH ANGLE – Knowing all these will give your hitter and advantage in unmeasurable ways. Our goal is to teach them simply and never over estimate.
    • TIMING – An aspect of hitting that allows some hitters to thrive while others never seem to grasp on.

 

COME SWING THE DAMAGE HITTER SHIED

WHAT PARENTS ARE SAYING ABOUT COACH KARL:

"Karl and the Damage Hitter hitting system is proven to gets the most out of every hitter. He has the ability to communicate with different types of players and personalities for results. His teachings and training help players from every level of baseball. His knowledge of the swing, attention to detail in hitting and simplicity is unbelievable. His ability to connect this with every aspect of life is magical."


Logan Moon

"I can’t say enough positive things about our experience with the program. Not only is Karl a fine coach and teacher, he is a great builder of character in young men. The boys have a great time as well. My son simply would not have had the same opportunity to play college baseball without Karl Carswell. I highly recommend the program to anyone."


Mike Carroll

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:

What should I bring and wear to camp?

 

  • INDOOR TRAINING ON TURF
    • Baseball appropriate clothing including baseball pants. Shorts are NOT recommended
    • Protective cup. Optional for hitting
    • Tennis Shoes or Turfs NO METAL SPIKES
    • Batting gloves
    • Bat wood is preferred
    • Water bottle
What time does check-in begin?

Please have your players to the facility approximately 15 minutes prior to the start of camp.  Camp will start promptly at the designated start time.

What time should I pick up my player?

Training will end around 10 to 15 minutes prior to the designated end time each day. There will be a thought of the day and players will be released at the camp end time.

Can parents stick around and watch during the Workshop?

We must insist. This is a player parent workshop to build a bond through the game.

Why should my attend this Workshop?

Do you remember when having a catch with your father was the highlight of both your days? If so, that is why you should attend. If not, that is why you should attend.  Come swing, the Damage Hitter Shield

REGISTERING IS SIMPLE.

Click the button below and fill out the form. You can reserve your spot.

 

SPOTS ARE LIMITED SO SIGN UP NOW!

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