The best pitching camps are with small groups of 10-15 pitchers; no more than 15 students. I like to keep the camps small in number so we can cover the majority of the fundamentals of pitching mechanics. I also like working with smaller groups to ensure every pitcher gets the opportunity to ask questions. I want them to fully understand what is being taught, and more importantly, they get to experience more success on the mound.
The duration of the camp is 3 hours. What I cover in each individual camp is determined on the needs of every team.
The majority of these pitching camps are the result of Super League coaches and parents gathering their pitchers together and having me travel to a designated area to have the camp. I also work with many surrounding cities and their youth Baseball leagues.
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Testimonials: Team Pitching Clinics
“We invited Dan Gazaway to take the leading role in our 11U team pitching clinic. We had 9 boys there and Dan did a fantastic job. He was able to take the diverse group that we had and individualize his program to their needs. Our boys have adopted one of the points that he shared, “Everything with a Purpose”. In the short time that Dan spent with our kids they, and us, learned valuable basic pitching techniques that will help them in their pitching abilities. I would highly recommend Dan and the Pitching Academy for any team or individual.”
Brandan Worthen (Lehi, Utah)
“….. Not only was Dan accommodating to putting on a mini pitching camp for our team, but he was excited to come to our hometown (Dixie, Utah) to do so. All of the boys already had a lot of experience in pitching, all of them having played and pitched in high school; but I felt some individual pitching instruction would benefit them. So, Dan came to town where he not only held a minicamp for all the boys, but then took each boy individually and spent a lot of time explaining the why’s of throwing the baseball. He clearly explained why certain things are done and just not the “ this is what you need to do.” I know that as each young man finished, they better understood why we do certain things as a pitcher and made it a lot clearer in their minds how important the approach to pitching is as opposed to just stepping on the mound and throwing. I would recommend Dan Gazaway to anyone looking to increase their knowledge and approach to pitching.”
Rick Lunt (St. George, Utah)
“…..We recently had Dan Gazaway from the The Pitching Academy come to our facility and put on a pitching clinic for our 10U baseball team. Dan was absolutely fantastic with our boys. They had a great time and most of all, they all learned many things to help them with their pitching. From basic balance techniques, learning how to rotate their hips better, to proper follow through and release, Dan did a great job with our players.
Dan was able to “come down” to their level, and related very well with each of the six players we had there. He made this a great experience for our players and for myself and my coacing staff. Our players flat out had a great time!! I will definitely have my boy, and hopefully other players on our team, continue to work with Dan. I would recommend Dan Gazaway and The Pitching Academy to anyone who is looking for some good, solid instruction for their pitchers.
Travis Forbush (Salt Lake City, Utah)