Ace of the Staff is a 13-Hour course created with one goal:
To turn ordinary pitchers into the Ace of the team's pitching staff.
The course took over 480 hours of work to complete, in addition to the five seasons of Division-I and six seasons of professional baseball it took to learn all this stuff.
I want you to try it, and check out what's inside. So, I've created a free, lite version.
Ace of the Staff Lite is a free mini-course is composed of one video lecture from each of the seven Ace of the Staff modules.
What Will I Learn?
There are plenty of pitching velocity programs out there. But velocity is just one aspect, and those who make it to the Majors are masters at reading hitters, situations, swings, and foul balls. They plan out every detail of their routine and training, they stay calm under pressure and have proven strategies to get out of jams.
I'll teach you all of that, without the trial, error and hard knocks that you'll encounter without my course.
Don't wait years to accumulate all of this knowledge - by then, it may be too late. Shorten your learning curve with Ace of the Staff.
Scroll below to peruse the curriculum!
I've included at least one video lecture from each Module, which will give you a great start and help you on the field today.
Sign up today!
It's free, you have nothing to lose, and you'll quickly learn how much there is to learn...
I'm passionate about helping young athletes find their their courage, their confidence and their work ethic. If I can help them with that, they'll have the tools they need to do great things for the rest of their lives.
I'm a former professional pitcher and I specialize in pitching, throwing and strength training for baseball and softball players. This is why I founded Warbird Training Academy in Central Illinois back in 2010, and it's been a ton of fun working long hours with the next generation of ballplayers.
I speak to aspiring athletes and write for numerous fitness and baseball websites. My first book, Pitching Isn’t Complicated, was published in 2013 and I record a podcast sharing stories from my long career, called Dear Baseball Gods.