ATTENTION: Baseball Players, Parents, and Coaches…
If you didn’t answer all three with an enthusiastic YES, DON’T BOTHER reading the rest of this page. Do us all a favor and pursue a new career.
We have spent years collaborating with some of the best minds in the game on a daily basis. If these guys all respond YES to the three questions above, don’t you think you should too?
Oh, and if you’re looking for a generic program that promises you’ll add 10 mph of velocity in two weeks, stop reading. You won’t find one here.
You’re not going to get any “magic bullets” or “quick fixes” with us.
No matter where you fit on the coaching spectrum, or how much you know (or don’t know), GROWTH IS IMPORTANT FOR all of us to continue to get RESULTS.
Notice the five words I highlighted in that last sentence: GROWTH IS IMPORTANT FOR RESULTS.
We tell our players how important this is, but for some reason it often eludes as as coaches. Maybe that’s because of the years we spent in the game, or maybe it’s the false bravado we put on because we think we are supposed to have all the answers.
It doesn’t really matter how we got to this point, because this whole “ego” thing is going away quickly. The best coaches learn constantly, love to do it, and coaches are finally being applauded for asking questions and seeking information.
This drastic change is happening because there are COACHES EVERYWHERE GETTING BETTER RESULTS THAN EVERYONE ELSE.
If you’ve read this far, that’s likely why you’re here also. You WANT to learn and you WANT to get better. That’s a smart move because if you don’t, you will get left behind.
Over the course of the last year, we have been working day and night to create a platform for players and coaches around the world to learn how to train and get results #THE108WAY.
That’s why we created…
Our mentorship program represents a lifetime of knowledge accumulated from the years and years we have spent in the trenches working with players. We’ve done it on the field, in the cage, in the lab, and at every level of the game from Little League to the MLB.
We’ve put it all in one place for you at the cost of a good metal bat and glove.
Would you rather spend your money on a piece of equipment you probably won’t use in three years, or would you rather invest it into information that MLB organizations have paid us thousands of dollars for?
We’ve had players banging down our doors to come train with us in Southern California for years, but now #The108Way Mentorship Program is making it possible to for coaches and players to access this information.. from anywhere!
“The 108 Mentorship was an outstanding purchase for me. My whole career, coaches have told me platitudes like “stop pulling off the ball” and “keep your front shoulder in” when I have struggled. I have constantly searched for ways to remedy these issues with my swing. The concepts and thoughts taught by the 108 staff helped me to understand why these things were happening and what movements in my swing were creating issues. We then worked together on how to remedy these flaws in a very comprehensive, integrated and thorough way. This gave me the ability to not only understand what was happening with my swing, but also how I could properly adjust myself without the need of coaching. In other words, 108 gave me the ability to coach myself. The amount of time and energy that Will has put into helping me is really remarkable. I would highly recommend working with 108.”
– David Langer, University of Connecticut Baseball
“When I started working with 108 Performance, I had shoulder problems that I had been dealing with for quite some time, along with frustrations about my performance on the field. I knew that I needed to make some serious changes if I wanted to get healthy and give myself the best chance to have success. 108 was at the top of my list and it truly has exceeded my expectations. My favorite part has been learning what other guys are doing to get better and getting new ideas from them. There’s so much great information being shared every week. Not only have I been pain free while throwing more than I ever have, I’ve never been more excited about what’s next in baseball with the movement changes and understanding of how to truly get better. This is all thanks for the staff at 108. The communication between the players and the staff and the genuine care they have for our careers is something that seems to be rarely found, I have tried many other programs and I can honestly say they are one of the best, if not the best, at what they do.”
– Eli Siervert, University of Arkansas Little Rock