Wired Development is the future of baseball training. It was created as an alternative to the traditional “Pay for lesson model” that so many people fall prey to in today’s game. The idea that a player can get better in 30 minutes to an hour one time per week for $75-$125 per lesson is not the best use of time or money. This is how Wired Development was born. A group of parents and former players decided to create and alternative solution that makes all baseball & softball instruction, affordable, portable, digestible, and scaleable. Baseball is a game of many different skills all married together to create a complete player capable of excelling at all facets of the game. These skills can’t be developed in a strict lesson or team practice environment. It takes thousands of hours and tens of thousands of repetitions to master these skills.
Wired Development is the solution to this “Hole” in baseball skill acquisition and coaching. It delivers drills, programming, and planning that enable players to become their own coaches that are coaching the highest of high level techniques from their own home. The ability to access content at any hour from anywhere is the missing link for players today. Repetition versus competition is a topic that has been debated for decades. Wired Development will help every player get to the desired number of repetitions to enable successful competition. The price to become a member is affordable to all players. The teaching is applicable to every level of competition. The drills are repeatable and exceptionally simple. Lastly, the ability to interact with Wired Development’s staff is unparalleled. Members have option to send a live chat to the staff to ensure the feedback loop is closed and all customers receive the service and training they pay for, all for about $1.00 per day.
A former college baseball player who started a successful player training and development business in Omaha, NE. He co-founded Wired Development to enhance the training experience for players and coaches around the world. Brian brings a resume of training players from youth baseball to players currently in the Minor Leagues. Brian is TPI and OnBase U Certified. As well as KVest Level 1 Certified.
A former college baseball player who gained a passion for player development from training his own children. He now works with players at various levels from youth instruction to Minor League Baseball and continues to work to make baseball instruction more affordable and efficient for players around the world. Les works to make Wired Development’s footprint larger in the baseball community.
A former 3 year starter at the University of Arkansas at shortstop and college world series performer. Mike was selected by the San Francisco Giants where he played several years in the Minor Leagues. Mike also played professionally in the Liga Mexicana de Beisbol which is classified as Triple-A league in Minor League Baseball. Mike is the lead instructor and content generator for Wired Development’s fielding curriculum suite of drills.
A former 3 year starter at the University of Arkansas where he capped his senior season off with a .296 batting average, 9 home runs, 10 doubles, and a home run in Omaha in the College World Series where his Razorback’s team finished as the runner up. A native of Skillman, NJ Luke went to the prestigious IMG Academy in Bradenton, FL for his senior year of high school. He also played 3 summers in the Cape Cod Collegiate League. After College Luke Played professionally for the Southern Illinois Miners. Luke is the lead instructor and content generator for Wired Development’s outfield suite of drills.
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