YOUTH, HIGH SCHOOL, COLLEGE AND PRO COACHES CLINIC
November 23-24, 2019
University of Illinois at Chicago
839 W. Roosevelt Rd.
Chicago, Ill. 60608
WHAT ARE THE MAJOR LEAGUE HITTING CLINICS?
John Mallee, Current Major League Hitting Coach is hosting his 1st annual Major League Hitting Clinics. We are proud to present some of the top hitting minds in the game.
Some of the topics presented will include but will not be limited to:
- Using Biomechanical Data to Create Individualized- Hitting Plans
- Practical Applications of Individualized Hitting Plans
- Pitch Recognition and in the Box Vision Plan
- Practice Design
- No Limitations- Making Sense Out Of Hitting Twitter
- Slow motion video analysis 1000 frames a second
- Using Data and Technology to Coach Hitters
- Coaching Hitters In-Season vs. Off -season
- Bridging the Concepts of the Baseball Swing and the Softball Swing
The clinic format will be unique and is designed to be an interactive camp & limited to a select group of Vendors. Clinicians and Vendors will be available thru-out the clinic with designated times in-between session. The cages will be set up for instructor and vendor demos. There will also be a clinician question and answer 50 min session where all instructors will be available to answer your questions and demo their drills, etc.
THIS FORMAT IS UNLIKE ANY OTHER CLINIC YOU HAVE ATTENDED
Don't miss this unique opportunity!
Our SpeakersMajor speakers below, see all list on the speakers page
“John has been a huge influence on me. I signed at 17 and he helped build my swing and approach into what it is today. He takes your strengths as a hitter and makes them more efficient. He understands the mental game and helped me prepare on a daily basis with my swing mechanics and my approach against that night’s pitcher. “
“I had three years in the big leagues and had a little success, and why change at this point?” Altuve said. “But I changed it, and it’s a big difference. I give [Mallee] credit.
“He’s one of the best hitting coaches I’ve ever worked with.”
“John Mallee has been a big influence for me. He taught me things about my swing that nobody else had pointed out. He has helped me with my approach as well as with driving the ball.”