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Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Frozen Ropes, Baseball camps

Trained professionals in a teaching environment with a curriculum that is the talk of the baseball & softball world. One simple statement, one powerful message. Yet, it has been the foundation upon which Frozen Ropes has grown into the most recognized name in baseball and softball instruction.

Frozen Ropes Training Centers have grown into the most recognized name in baseball and softball instruction. The idea started in 1988, in an old iron factory in New Rochelle, New York. Gather the best instructional information and present it to players with consistency and passion. With that direction, Tony Abbatine, our National Director of Instruction started the journey, believing that teaching was a skill that was never truly mastered and that athletic success went well beyond the physical training. Integrating the latest research in areas such as biomechanics, motor learning, sports psychology, visual training and strength and conditioning, the Frozen Ropes instructional model has challenged and changed the teaching methods now being used in the United States and abroad.

  • 14 Indoor Locations Nationwide

Entering our eighteenth year of business, we have again taken our game to the next level. With the help of our sales and marketing team, the Frozen Ropes business model has given our locations the best of both worlds; top level instruction with an industry best business model.

How good is our game? You might have to ask the thousands of three year olds that are in our Born to Play Club or ask the Major League Baseball teams that have hired us over the last decade.

From the backyards to Camden Yards, the Frozen Ropes success stories continue to grow. We challenge you to be a part of our never-ending journey to help athletes and their coaches find better ways to play and teach the great game of baseball and softball.

Click here for camps

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Frozen Ropes, Baseball camps

Trained professionals in a teaching environment with a curriculum that is the talk of the baseball & softball world. One simple statement, one powerful message. Yet, it has been the foundation upon which Frozen Ropes has grown into the most recognized name in baseball and softball instruction.

Frozen Ropes Training Centers have grown into the most recognized name in baseball and softball instruction. The idea started in 1988, in an old iron factory in New Rochelle, New York. Gather the best instructional information and present it to players with consistency and passion. With that direction, Tony Abbatine, our National Director of Instruction started the journey, believing that teaching was a skill that was never truly mastered and that athletic success went well beyond the physical training. Integrating the latest research in areas such as biomechanics, motor learning, sports psychology, visual training and strength and conditioning, the Frozen Ropes instructional model has challenged and changed the teaching methods now being used in the United States and abroad.

  • 14 Indoor Locations Nationwide

Entering our eighteenth year of business, we have again taken our game to the next level. With the help of our sales and marketing team, the Frozen Ropes business model has given our locations the best of both worlds; top level instruction with an industry best business model.

How good is our game? You might have to ask the thousands of three year olds that are in our Born to Play Club or ask the Major League Baseball teams that have hired us over the last decade.

From the backyards to Camden Yards, the Frozen Ropes success stories continue to grow. We challenge you to be a part of our never-ending journey to help athletes and their coaches find better ways to play and teach the great game of baseball and softball.

Click here for camps