"Proper throwing patterns not only optimize performance, but they minimize the risk of injury. Austin has created an outstanding body of work that is changing the way softball players throw. He has been my friend and colleague for years and I'm so happy that he will be working with PFP Nation on the dirt in the dome!"
~ Denise Davis, Planet Fastpitch
Join the PFP Staff along with renowned throwing expert, Austin Wasserman, in this unique opportunity. Coaches and athletes are invited to participate in sessions that will include time in a classroom setting along with time on the field for applied demonstration. Wasserman, owner of Wasserman Strength, LLC and High Level Throwing, has consulted with many top collegiate softball and baseball programs both in the NCAA and professionally. Wasserman’s training includes instruction of proper throwing technique and maximizing athlete’s overhand throwing velocity and accuracy while also preventing injury. Learn from one of the best in the softball!
WHEN: SEPTEMBER 24 & 25, 2022
WHO: PLAYERS GRADES 7 & UP
COACHES OF ALL LEVELS
COST: $ PFP VIP PLAYER
$ GENERAL ADMISSION
$ COACH for 1st Coach
$ per each additional coach on staff
PLAYER CLINIC INCLUDES:
Power Point Presentation
Dynamic Warm Up
Mobility & Prep Work Throws
Austin Wasserman is a Performance Coach and Author from Brooklyn, New York. He’s the author of the High Level Throwing® Series E-Books and The Strength and Base Stealing Manuals. He’s the Founder of Wasserman Strength, LLC with locations in New Hampshire & Florida.
Austin received his B.S. in Exercise Science with a concentration in Strength & Conditioning through the University of Connecticut Department of Kinesiology. He also received his Master's Degree in Human Nutrition through the University of Bridgeport.
He is a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) through the National Strength & Conditioning Association and has been training athletes for the past 15 years.
Austin was the Gatorade Player of the year in New Hampshire in 2002 and went on to play Division 1 Baseball at the University of New Orleans before transferring to the University of Connecticut. After college, he played two years of professional baseball. The first year was with the Worcester Tornadoes and his second season was with the Nashua Pride of the Independent CanAm Baseball League. Austin won a Championship in 2007 with the Nashua Pride.
Austin is highly respected by coaches, parents and players for his approach and knowledge of the human body. He has worked in New York City alongside some of the top Physical Therapists and Motor Learning Specialists in the country. Austin works with current Minor League & Major League Players as well as Youth, HS & Collegiate Baseball and Softball Athletes! He resides in Florida with his wife Amanda, his son Breck and his dog Roscoe!