2015 BoCo Fall Ball Program-Niwot!
-Dates: Sept 19th-Oct 17th (5 Weeks)
*Players will be grouped with others of similar age and experience level for drills and scrimmages.
-Location: Biff Warren Complex
-Cost: $220 (Breaks Down to Less Than $15/hr)
*20% of camp proceeds goes to Niwot Youth Sports!
*Multi-Player Discount: If you are signing up multiple players from your family, there is a $10/kid discount ($210 each).
*Money Back Guarantee: If your child tries the program out for week one and is not satisfied, you can receive a full refund.
- Warm Up (10 minutes)
- Rotations (30 minutes each)
- Controlled Scrimmage (60 Minutes)
- Wrap Up (5 Minutes)
*Scrimmages will be 'controlled scrimmages' with instructors pitching
"Teams are made during the season. Players are made during the off season."
Fall is the best time to make big strides in your game and there is not a better program in the area to develop and enhance your skills than the BOCO Fall Ball program.
Program will be led by professional instructors Ari Ronick and Brett Manning, as well as assistant instructors (former college/professional players).
Players are encouraged to use wood bats in the development program!
What To Bring Each Week:
- Long Sleeves, Glove, Bat, Cleats, Baseball Pants, Hat, Bug Repellent!
- Water will be provided, but please send your child with a snack!
- A good attitude and an open mind
- In the case of inclement weather (snow or heavy rain), we will select alternate day(s) for make up clinic(s).
-If the weather is questionable, you will be notified by email at least an hour before the program’s scheduled start time.
- A liability waiver is required to participate and can be signed on Week 1 (September 20th) by parent or legal guardian.
-Payment made by cash or check will be collected at the start of the program.
- If Ari and/or Brett need to miss any program date(s), other former college/professional players will fill in.
-Instructors are not certified personal trainers or sports psychologists. They are simply sharing exercises and mental game tools they have learned from their coaches in their college and professional baseball careers.