K-Motion, the company behind K-Baseball, and the American Baseball Coaches Association are proud to present a FREE webinar to ABCA member coaches on Tuesday, August 28, at 7:30 p.m. Eastern. The webinar is scheduled to last one hour. Coaches are encouraged to Register in Advance.
K-Baseball offers next generation technology to help your hitters get to the next level. Topics covered in the webinar will include 3D swing analysis, sensor-based biofeedback training focusing on body movement, and exclusive K-Baseball player evaluation reports.
During the webinar we’ll cover:
• 3D swing analysis - this is not something you can do with video
• Sensor-based biofeedback training focusing on body movement
• Exclusive K-Baseball player evaluation reports
K-Motion & ABCA Webinar
August 28 2018, 7:30pm - 8:30pm EDT
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Speakers and Presenters
Brian Vermilyea is a founding member of K-motion. He was instrumental in developing K-VEST, the company’s wearable, motion-training technology that has revolutionized golf instruction. Brain has spent the last 15 years working with professional golfers and instructors to evaluate athletes’ movements, identify inefficiencies, and apply real-time feedback to improve player performance. Dedicated to creating tools for all athletes and coaches, Brian is now focused on brining the company’s technology to baseball. Most recently, Brian has been responsible for integrated the company’s technology into several Major League Baseball organizations where K-Baseball is being used to measure, assess, and develop players at all levels from the Rookie League to the Big League.
Rick Strickland has spent much of his life focused on the swing of a baseball bat. How it slices, what effect it has on the ball and on the game. Now you can take advantage of Rick’s passion and talent for hitting with one-on-one, personalized, swing-based training with the man himself.
Rick has had an illustrious career in America’s favorite sport. He was drafted by the New York Yankees in 1989 and played with the world’s most famous baseball team until 1993 as both an outfielder and an infielder.
He then founded the St. Louis Pirates, a nationally recognized College Development Program, in 1996. The program started as a fall season program with a goal of promoting area high school players to college and professional scouts. The program was so successful that it grew into a year-round institution in 2006. Due to the program’s efforts, hundreds of student athletes have received college baseball scholarships and many have gone on to play the sport professionally.
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