Welcome to All Star Sports Training!
Five, week-long camps will be held during the months of June to August. Camp dates for 2015 are as follows: June 8-12, June 22-26, July 6-10, July 20-24, and August 3-7.
All Star Baseball offers private one-on-one lessons in all areas of the game of baseball: hitting, pitching, fielding and catching. Our professional staff of instructors includes Maleke Fowler, Pete Snyder, Doug Banks, Casey Clary and Ron Rhoads. Whatever your training needs may be, we have an experienced instructor available for you.
Cost of lessons are $40 for non-members and $36 for members. Call us today to schedule your next lesson.
Spencer Heath recently signed to play collegiate baseball with Washington & Lee University in Lexington, Virginia. Spencer played high school baseball at Shorecrest Preparatory School as a catcher and first baseman. Washington and Lee is a NCAA Division III member of the Old Dominion Athletic Conference and is coached by Jeff Stickley who is serving his 26th season.
Ray Lanners, a catcher at Dixie Hollins High School, recently signed to play baseball with Methodist University, a NCAA Division III member of the USA South Athletic Conference. Methodist University is located in Fayetteville, North Carolina.
Mariah Watts, a sophomore at Lakewood High School, has committed to play for Wisconsin. Mariah wasted no time making her college decision, choosing Wisconsin over offers from the University of Central Florida and Massachusetts. Mariah recorded 203 strikeouts as a freshman and 220 as a sophomore, ranking her as one of Pinellas County's previer power pitchers.
Center fielder John Rothwell and pitcher Jordan Lindsay, both 2011 graduates of Shorecrest Preparatory High School and members of the All Star Baseball School family, have signed college scholarships to play baseball in the fall. John will be attending Daytona State College in Daytona Beach, FL and Jordan will attend Carson-Newman College in Jefferson City, TN. From all of the coaches and staff at All Star Baseball School, we wish John and Jordan the best of luck in their upcoming college baseball careers.
Cross Fitness and Speed & Strength Training
Certified Speed, Agility and Quickness Trainers Brian Cooper and Rod Williams introduce All Star Cross Fitness and Speed & Strength Training. Building from their work with Major League Baseball, the National Football League and NCAA athletes, Brian and Rod have developed programs for all ages specifically designed to advance every athlete to “the next level.” These programs offer an intense workout using traditional techniques as well as revolutionary Nike SPARQ training tools.
All Star Cross Fitness and Speed & Strength Training offers athletes of every age and sex the ability to train to their full potential. Areas of training include, but are not limited to the following:
- Change of Direction
- Straight Ahead Speed
- Lateral Speed
- Overall Strength
- Mechanics & Balance
- Pillar Strength
Cross Fitness and Speed & Strength Training offers sport specific training for: Football, Baseball, Basketball, Track, Volleyball, Soccer, Softball and Wrestling.
Training cost are $120 a month (payable in advance for the month), based upon attending three hour-long sessions per week. If you attend on a day-to-day basis and do NOT pay for the month, the cost will be $25 per session.
Rolando Arrojo was born in San Jose Cuba and won a gold medal for Cuba in the 1992 Barcelona Olympics. In the 1994 Baseball World Cup, Arrojo was 2-0 with a 1.64 ERA and struck out 17 batters in 11 innings of work. Rolando defected from Cuba in 1996 and was signed by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays as an amateur free agent in 1997. He was 29 years old when he broke into the big leagues and made his professional debut with the Rays on April 1, 1998. After an outstanding 1998 season, Rolando was honored by making the American League All Star team. Following his career with the Rays, Rolando was traded to the Colorado Rockies in 1999 and then to the Boston Red Sox where he worked as a starter and came out of the bullpen as a reliever. Rolando ended his career with the Red Sox in September of 2002.
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